AlphaBeta is a strategic economics consultancy that works with governments, businesses, investors, and other institutions to tackle the largest societal challenges we face. We believe that rigorous economics combined with strong strategic advice can help provide new, innovative and practical solutions to addressing issues ranging from automation of jobs, biodiversity loss to poverty alleviation. In short, at AlphaBeta, we strive to create economic models that will underpin a world that should exist, but doesn’t today. Our headquarters is in Singapore, but our work is global.

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We offer strategy consulting and advisory services to companies, governments, not-for-profits and multilateral organisations.

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This study finds that at an accelerated pace of skilling, digitally skilled workers can contribute Rp 4,434 trillion (US$303.4 billion) to Indonesia’s GDP in 2030.

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In an interview with AFR, Dr. Fraser Thompson discusses Australia's need for an additional 6.5m digital workers in the next four years.

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18 Feb

Australia’s need for 6.5m digital workers in the next four years

In an interview with AFR, Dr. Fraser Thompson discusses Australia's need for an additional 6.5m digital workers in the next four years.

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22 Jan

Skills Vital to Enabling Transition to Industry 4.0 in Southeast Asia

A new report by the ADB and AlphaBeta assesses the potential impact of Industry 4.0 on jobs in Southeast Asia.

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15 Jan

Google Economic Impact Australia 2020

New study finds that the annual economic value from Google’s apps and platforms are worth AU$53 billion.

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14 Nov

The Digital Sprinters: How to unlock a US$3.4 trillion opportunity

New research shows that across 16 economies, dubbed the "Digital Sprinters", digital technologies could unlock annual economic impact of up to USD3.4 trillion by 2030.

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28 Oct

Capturing the prize: The A$200 billion opportunity in 2030 for the Australian food and agribusiness sector

A new report by Food Industry Innovative Australia Limited (FIAL) and AlphaBeta identifies a A$200 billion opportunity in 2030 for the Australian food and agribusiness sector.

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