Jyothi is a Commonwealth Treasury and Productivity Commission trained research economist who specialises in economic and policy analysis using data analytics and economic modelling approaches. She uses a range of tools to provide innovative and realistic solutions to both public and private client’s requirements.
Jyothi has skills and experience in computable general equilibrium (CGE) modelling, cost benefit and effective analyses, time series and panel data analyses. She has experience in working across a number of sectors, including agriculture, mining, manufacturing, utilities, construction, tourism, financial services, health, education, defence and government sector.
Jyothi’s recent major projects include:
- provided the United States Industrial Commodities Producer Price Index Projections to 2035
- evaluated the potential job creation and income opportunities for science and technology investments in Victoria
- provided an economic impact assessment of single use plastic alternatives
- assessed the potential impacts of SKA radio telescope project in Australia
- advised the potential economic and employment impacts of oil refineries closures on the industry, economy and prices
- annual update on the importance of international exports to the Victorian economy
- assessed the impact of superannuation guarantee on the macroeconomy, capital inflows and outflows
- estimated the potential economic benefits of developing oil and gas resources in the Cooper Basin
- provided a methodology review of the cost of work-related injury and illness for Australian employers, workers and the community
Prior to joining ACIL Allen in 2016, Jyothi was with major consulting firms and before she was with the Commonwealth Treasury and Productivity Commission as a senior research economist.
Jyothi was educated at University of Queensland and Monash University. She holds a Graduate Diploma in Economics and PhD in Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics.