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.

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.

What we do

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

Our work

Our new report with Google finds that digital technologies could create an annual economic value of NZ$46.6 billion by 2030.

Our News

Dr Fraser Thompson and Ms Genevieve Lim from AlphaBeta shared key findings from a recent report launched with the ADB on Industry 4.0 technologies.

Spotlight

07 Apr

Unlocking New Zealand’s digital potential and Google’s contribution

Our new report with Google finds that digital technologies could create an annual economic value of NZ$46.6 billion by 2030.

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23 Mar

The economic, social, and environmental benefits of a circular economy in Indonesia

A circular economy approach in five key sectors could increase Indonesia's GDP by IDR593 to 638 trillion (USD42 to 45 billion) in 2030.

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23 Mar

Implementing a Green Recovery in Southeast Asia

AlphaBeta supported the ADB to understand how Southeast Asia can focus on green growth to successfully and sustainably recover from the COVID-19 pandemic.

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23 Mar

Strengthening Domestic Resource Mobilisation in Southeast Asia

AlphaBeta supported the ADB in guiding how Southeast Asian countries can boost their fiscal resources to support the post-pandemic economic recovery.

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23 Mar

Harnessing the Potential of Big Data in Post-Pandemic Southeast Asia

AlphaBeta supported the ADB to understand how big data can be utilised in Southeast Asia to boost public service delivery and expedite the COVID-19 recovery.

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