NR / marine / fishery strategy and policy advisor - natural resource economist - special talents in inter-disciplinary work, particularly relationships between private and public sector
Crick is a management consultant, strategist and systems analyst – with most of his considerable work focused on marine and coastal issues - fishery development, marine policy, the seafood industry and economic development of coastal communities.
He is one of the small body of graduates of the Stirling University Technological Economics Masters Programme, a programme to prepare scientists for the tasks of senior management in business and government.
Widely seen as an independent and impartial analyst and advisor – a safe pair of hands – his experience spans work in over eighty countries, and covers everything from valuation of ecosystem services to investment planning, electronic auctions to quota management, the cultural underpinning of fishery businesses to seafood marketing strategies.
He founded Nautilus Consultants in 1979, and balances an increasing workload within Europe with restructuring and privatisation work in emerging and transition economies in both temperate and tropical locations around the world.