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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  • Landing a fix on airport monopolies 13 July 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    Would price controls on airport services be a good idea? This is one of the questions being raised in a new Productivity Commission inquiry into the regulation of airports. But price controls could do more harm than good, by leading…
    Would price controls on airport services be a good idea? This is one of the questions being raised in a new Productivity Commission inquiry into the regulation of airports. But price controls could do more harm than good, by leading…
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  • New Child Care Subsidy expensive, inflexible and complicated 29 June 2018 | DAILY TELEGRAPH
    The government would like us to believe the much-touted Child Care Subsidy is a magical fix-all solution for nearly one million Australian families in need of an affordable solution. But this is simply not the case. The new subsidy comes…
    The government would like us to believe the much-touted Child Care Subsidy is a magical fix-all solution for nearly one million Australian families in need of an affordable solution. But this is simply not the case. The new subsidy comes…
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  • New tax won’t rain on consumers’ parade 29 June 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    This Sunday will see the long-awaited introduction of the GST on overseas goods priced under $1000, intended to even the playing field for local retailers. Starting on 1 July, GST will apply to things like the books we buy from…
    This Sunday will see the long-awaited introduction of the GST on overseas goods priced under $1000, intended to even the playing field for local retailers. Starting on 1 July, GST will apply to things like the books we buy from…
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  • Nanny state closes window on sense 08 June 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    Governments love to champion the virtues of deregulation. Then proceed to quietly change into their nanny uniforms to introduce pointless and costly regulation, in the name of public safety and maternal-like benevolence. Nowhere is this more apparent than the recent…
    Governments love to champion the virtues of deregulation. Then proceed to quietly change into their nanny uniforms to introduce pointless and costly regulation, in the name of public safety and maternal-like benevolence. Nowhere is this more apparent than the recent…
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  • Costello’s rare gift for lucidity 18 May 2018 | Ideas@TheCentre
    An enthusiastic audience braved Monday’s morning chill this week for a CIS breakfast with former Federal Treasurer Peter Costello sharing his perspectives on the Budget in a lively conversation with Simon Cowan. Mr Costello welcomed the “believable” path back to…
    An enthusiastic audience braved Monday’s morning chill this week for a CIS breakfast with former Federal Treasurer Peter Costello sharing his perspectives on the Budget in a lively conversation with Simon Cowan. Mr Costello welcomed the “believable” path back to…
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