AppEco possesses in-depth technical expertise and delivers first-class services in applied economics: economic impact studies, surveys and polls, cost-benefit analyses, modelling, econometrics, pricing, etc.
AppEco pays special attention to effectively presenting results and their effects to stakeholders. Our track record in communications speaks for itself and will contribute to your project’s success.
AppEco respects the needs and realities of its clients; the integrity, professional opinion and individual realities of its staff and collaborators; as well as current laws, regulations and codes of ethics.
AppEco promotes active collaboration with clients, and experts from various disciplines. As a result, our consulting services and counsel are richer, have a broader scope and generate more impact for everyone.
AppEco offers attractive rates for high-level expertise in applied economics.
AppEco believes in using the most reliable data and appropriate mathematical methods possible to present economic realities in a convincing and credible way.
AppEco considers clear, high-quality communication to be as important as analytical rigour. Ultimately, the real success of any applied economics exercise is to inform and persuade the decision-makers targeted.
At AppEco, our goal is to provide analysis both compelling to our most rigorous peers and clear and persuasive for the decision makers involved.
MA, DESS, Economist and President
Holding a Master’s degree in economics and a graduate diploma in corporate finance, Mr. Paradis has over 25 years of experience in applied economics and business strategy.
Mr. Paradis performs mandates on current issues and where economic analysis adds significant value to the decision-making process. He has developed complex quantitative models, conducted several surveys, and performed numerous economic analyses in various sectors, including health, retail, manufacturing, transport, government affairs, agribusiness, energy, cultural industries, tourism, and professional sports. These analyses were produced for a wide range of clients: business groups; engineering, law, and public relations firms; governments; multinationals; etc.
Mr. Paradis has published several articles and reports, and regularly gives conferences. He has provided expert testimony before various government agencies, at parliamentary commissions, and in the media.
He is the author of Faites les bons choix 10 courtes leçons d’économie appliquée, published by the Éditions de l’Homme in September 2020
Ms. Ruscio holds the position of Economist at AppEco where she specializes in applied economics and business strategy. She has notably participated to program evaluations, economic impact studies, cost-benefit analyses and surveys.
Ms. Ruscio holds a bachelor’s degree in political science and a master’s degree in comparative law, economics and finance, and has over 5 years of experience in public affairs, communications and research. She has also worked as a parliamentary assistant in the House of Commons of Canada.
Ms. Ruscio has had the opportunity to work on numerous economic development and human rights projects, both in Canada and abroad.
For 20 years, Mr. Fahey has held senior management positions in public affairs, communications, strategic planning, legal, operations and human resources at the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB), the McGill University Health Center (MUHC), Energir, Tembec or the Québec Government. A dynamic leader, he led multidisciplinary teams, most often in sensitive socio-political or regulatory contexts.
As Senior Vice President, Strategic Development at the CFIB, Mr. Fahey has positively influenced the economic growth of Quebec and Canada by leading research on public finance, regulation, international trade, energy, agriculture, comparative public-private compensation, government financial assistance programs, labor standards and business succession.
Mr. Mc Donald-Guimond is an economist at AppEco where he contributes to the firm’s economic impact, public economics and econometrics analyses. After completing his Master’s degree in Economics at Queen’s University, he worked for close to 4 years at the Bank of Canada where he developed expertise in macroeconomics, research and modeling. He designed short- and long-term forecasting models and conducted research on productivity, digital technology adoption by Canadian businesses and climate change. He also completed an internship at the Quebec National Assembly, which allowed him to gain knowledge of the decision-making and parliamentary processes. At AppEco, Mr. Mc Donald-Guimond contributes his economic and quantitative expertise in the areas of public policy and regulatory analysis, health economics, labour economics and sectoral analysis.