Jyothi is a Commonwealth Treasury and Productivity Commission trained research economist 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.
She has skills and experience in general equilibrium 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:
- assessing and advising the impacts of foreign investment in the real estate sector
- workforce demand profile and supply of skills for major proposed defence projects
- an analysis of the short term rental accommodation industry economic impact
- a review of the health and medical research funding landscape and an examination of the full economic costs of the research undertaken by Medical Research Institutes
- a review of the costs and benefits of adopting Euro 6 for light vehicles and Euro VI for heavy vehicle standards
- an economic impact of airport runway expansion
- an economic contribution of Gippsland Basin Joint Venture
Prior to joining ACIL Allen Consulting in 2016, Jyothi was a Director in a big firm 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 and PhD.
- Chemical industry economic contribution analysis
- Agriculture - a $100b sector by 2030?
- Economic contribution of the Australian brewing industry 2017-2018: From producers to consumers
- The economic impact of the Minerals Research Institute of Western Australia
- Medical technologies and pharmaceuticals sector impact evaluation
- Australian Technology Network of Universities: Economic Contribution
- Fishermans Bend Campus Development: Economic impacts