Gerard Burg

Gerard Burg has over a decade of experience as a professional economist, currently specialising in international economic research. He is responsible for monitoring and forecasting trends in emerging Asian economies, with a particular emphasis on China. He is also a member of the bank・€・s commodities research team, focusing on trends in iron ore and coal markets. Gerard joined NAB in 2005, and has a broad range of research experience across a broad range of sectors, including Mining, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Retail, including the development of research into online retail sales. Prior to joining NAB, he was an economist with the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, focusing on commodities and energy research. He holds Bachelors degrees in Economics and Commerce from the Australian National University.
Gerard Burg
Gerard Burg has over a decade of experience as a professional economist, currently specialising in international economic research. He is responsible for monitoring and forecasting trends in emerging Asian economies, with a particular emphasis on China. He is also a member of the bank・€・s commodities research team, focusing on trends in iron ore and coal markets. Gerard joined NAB in 2005, and has a broad range of research experience across a broad range of sectors, including Mining, Manufacturing, Healthcare and Retail, including the development of research into online retail sales. Prior to joining NAB, he was an economist with the Australian Bureau of Agricultural and Resource Economics, focusing on commodities and energy research. He holds Bachelors degrees in Economics and Commerce from the Australian National University.

Latest from Gerard Burg

How an accounting quirk led to a huge miss in gauging the real size of China’s economic muscle
Education holds the key to China's productivity drive
Concrete Analysis | Potential home price correction would have broad impact on economy

Concerns about China's residential property market have existed for several years, with many observers describing it as a bubble. 

14 May 2014 - 3:27AM

Concerns about China's residential property market have existed for several years, with many observers describing it as a bubble. 

Potential home price correction would have broad impact on economy
Coal's continuing dominance in Chinese energy supply makes clean-air campaign an uphill battle
China’s role in global investment is growing, but the scale remains small

As China’s economy has grown over the past decade, so too has China’s overseas investment.

25 Jun 2014 - 12:03PM

As China’s economy has grown over the past decade, so too has China’s overseas investment.

China’s role in global investment is growing, but the scale remains small