Impact Economics and Policy brings together a group of expert consultants and affiliates with experience working for the government, non-for-profits, and big four consulting. Organizations use economic impact analysis to determine the direct and indirect effects of businesses within a market or an economy, and how changes in public policy and investments affect the local, state, or national economy. For markets, impacts include changes in supply and demand fundamentals — production and prices — and capacity additions or retirements. For the broader economy, impacts include job creation or losses, and changes in GDP, household income, taxation, and demographics. The senior practitioners at https://www.impacteconomics.com.au draw upon their deep expertise and experience to apply market and macroeconomic models across industries and geographic sectors to meet global clients’ needs.
About Impact Economics Team :
DR ANGELA JACKSON
Lead Economist Angela is a health economist who has worked at the highest levels of Government. Starting her career as an economist at the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet, Angela has worked across tax, fiscal and social policy. As the then Finance Minister Lindsay Tanner’s Deputy Chief of Staff, Angela was responsible for providing policy advice across fiscal policy and all areas of social policy, including National Health Reform. Previously Lead Economist at Equity Impact Economics and Policy, she authored a number of high-profile reports on health, aged care, disability, housing, and gender policy.
Angela is a member of the Victorian National Heart Foundation Advisory Board, the GenVic Board, and the National Deputy Chair of the Women in Economics Network. Angela holds a Masters in International Health Policy (Health Economics) with Distinction from the London School of Economics and Political Science, a Bachelor of Commerce (Hons) from the University of Melbourne, and a Bachelor of Economics from the University of Tasmania. In 2021, Angela was awarded her Ph.D. in the Economics of Disability in Australia from Monash University.
CLARE SAUNDERS Senior Manager
Economics As an economist for over fifteen years, Clare has extensive experience undertaking economic research, modeling and data analysis to provide economic insights and improve decision making. Starting her career at the Australian Bureau of Statistics, Clare has worked at major consulting firms KPMG and Ernst and Young in the area of health economics and human services including undertaking a number of cost-benefit analyses. Most recently Clare was a health economist at the National Heart Foundation responsible for providing economic and strategic analysis.