Peter Dodd founded Vital Economics in 2017 to apply rigorous economic analysis and communicate its findings in a practical way to help customers address challenges and Vital Economics founded in 2017 by Peter Dodd combines rigorous economic analysis with professional communication and advocacy skills. We help our customers address the challenges they face and make the most of potential opportunities. Vital Economics combines a full economic analysis toolkit with practical outcome-focused thinking and clear communication to help its customers make better decisions and choices. We deploy communication and advocacy skills to influence regulators, governments and international organisations. We can help you make better choices and arrive at better outcomes.
Peter has over 25 years professional experience in the public and private sector working with UK government, international organisations, large and small companies.
He has worked with a very broad range of customers including: Ministers, CEOs of multinationals, tiny family firms, academics, lawyers scientists and engineers. This has equipped him to engage with a very broad range of customers, providing the analysis they need in a format that they find useful.
Vital Economics can cover all aspects of applied economics but specialises in: Trade, energy and innovation. Services include: Impact Assessment, Option Appraisal, Cost benefit analysis, market analysis and briefing, strategy workshops, and risk analysis
For larger jobs Vital Economics draws together teams of hugely experienced economists and other experts from government and international organisations and the private sector to provide the resources and experience as and when needed without the overheads of a large firm. Everyone involved in delivering every aspect of a project is a skilled and experienced.
Recent customers have included: The Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Trade Associations helping their members prepare for changing Brexit, The Nuclear Decommissioning Authority, UNIDROIT, a large energy firm reviewing its Brexit Preparation, The Energy Systems Catapult. On larger projects Vital Economics has worked with partners such as PWC, IMC international and the University of Sussex.