Eugenie Joseph

Senior Policy Analyst

Eugenie Joseph

Eugenie is a senior policy analyst in the economics team at the CIS and specialises in taxation and microeconomic policy.

Eugenie has completed a Bachelor of Economics at the University of Sydney. She has extensive experience in government, working for the Commonwealth Treasury in Canberra in the areas of business taxation, foreign investment, regulation and competition policy.  Eugenie has also worked in financial training at Fitch Learning in London. Eugenie has a passion for political and social history, as well as studying French in her spare time.


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  • Producers vs consumers 23 February 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    Too often, economists inadvertently fall into the trap of promoting the interests of producers, rather than the welfare of consumers. Adam Smith once wrote, “The interest of the producer ought to be attended to only so far as it may…
    Too often, economists inadvertently fall into the trap of promoting the interests of producers, rather than the welfare of consumers. Adam Smith once wrote, “The interest of the producer ought to be attended to only so far as it may…
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  • Even a magic nanny would struggle with childcare policy 12 February 2018 | THE SPECTATOR: FLAT WHITE
    The threat by childcare union, United Voice, to strike next month over low wages reflects a bizarre belief that government is a Mary Poppins who can miraculously produce a 30% pay rise from an empty carpet bag. Pity the childcare…
    The threat by childcare union, United Voice, to strike next month over low wages reflects a bizarre belief that government is a Mary Poppins who can miraculously produce a 30% pay rise from an empty carpet bag. Pity the childcare…
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  • Electric dreams actually a nightmare for taxpayers 01 February 2018 | THE SPECTATOR: FLAT WHITE
    Electric cars are the upmarket smashed avo. The perfect status signaller for inner city eco-lovers in their (fair trade) hemp-cloth suits. So they’ll be popping the corks on their sparkling kombucha at news that the Electric Vehicle Council is requesting…
    Electric cars are the upmarket smashed avo. The perfect status signaller for inner city eco-lovers in their (fair trade) hemp-cloth suits. So they’ll be popping the corks on their sparkling kombucha at news that the Electric Vehicle Council is requesting…
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