UTS experts available for Federal Budget 2020 analysis
UTS Business School has a number of experts available to comment on the 2020-2021 Federal Budget.
UTS Business School has a number of experts available to comment on the 2020 Federal Budget. The list below is of key people in likely areas of interest, but if you need other suggestions please contact Media Adviser Leilah Schubert on 0410 842 427 or via email. Photos of our experts are available via our Flickr photo sharing account.
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firstname.lastname@example.org or 0410 842 427
Emeritus Professor Roy Green
Special Advisor and Chair for UTS Innovation Council, Emeritus Professor Green is an expert on Innovation and entrepreneurship, R&D, industry policy and management.
email@example.com or 0402 415 659
Distinguished Professor Jane Hall
Jane Hall is Distinguished Professor of Health Economics in the UTS Business School, and President of the Academy of Social Sciences in Australia. She is available to comment on health policy, Medicare, research policy.
Jane.firstname.lastname@example.org or 0409 409 065
Professor Rosalie Viney
Professor Viney is Director of the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) at UTS. She has particular expertise in the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme, and can discuss health policy and other health issues.
Rosalie.Viney@uts.edu.au or 0402 417 493
Industry Professor Warren Hogan
Industry Professor Warren Hogan can discuss Australia's economic outlook and budget implications for monetary policy, interest rates, the Australian dollar, business and markets.
Warren.Hoganemail@example.com or 0414 498 675
Professor Michelle Baddeley
Behavioural economist Professor Michelle Baddeley is Associate Dean (Research) at UTS Business School and is available to discuss behavioural economic perspectives on stimulus measures, and broader macroeconomic insights.
Michelle.Baddeley@uts.edu.au or 0491 693 84
Professor of Health Economics Michael Woods
Professor Woods is from the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) and is a former Deputy Chair of the Australian Productivity Commission.
BANKING / HOUSING
Professor of Finance Harry Scheule
Professor Scheule is a capital risk expert and can talk about the impact of the budget on the banking sector and housing.
Harald.Scheule@uts.edu.au or 0405 953 836
HEALTH / VACCINES
Associate Professor Richard De Abreu Lourenco
Health economist Richard De Abreu Lourenco is available to discuss funding vaccines, treatment development pathways, market access and reimbursement for pharmaceuticals and medical devices.
Richard.DeAbreuLourenco@chere.uts.edu.au or 0419 291 120
INNOVATION & ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Associate Professor Danielle Logue
Associate Professor Logue is a specialist in innovation, entrepreneurship, SMEs, business recovery, industrial strategy, impact investment.
Associate Professor Kees Van Gool
Assoc Prof Van Gool is an expert on Medicare. He has extensive experience in international, national and regional health policy research.
Kees.VanGool@uts.edu.au or 0458 858 006
Associate Professor of Accounting Roman Lanis
Dr Brett Govendir
Assoc Prof Lanis and Dr Govendir research corporate tax, including multinational ‘tax shifting’.
Roman.Lanis@uts.edu.au or 0405 275 302
Brett.Govendir@uts.edu.au or 0433 265 522
NATIONAL DISABILITY INSURANCE SCHEME (NDIS) & DISABILITY EMPLOYMENT
Professor Simon Darcy
Professor Darcy is a researcher in the area of disability, diversity and inclusion. He has current programs examining employment and social participation as indicators of disability citizenship. Simon is an insider as a power wheelchair user himself.
Simon.Darcy@uts.edu.au or 0408 969 371
Professor Bronwen Dalton
Prof Dalton is available to comment on funding for the not-for-profit sector.
Bronwen.Dalton@uts.edu.au or 0491 108 571
SUSTAINABLE BUSINESS AND CIRCULAR ECONOMY
Dr Melissa Edwards
Dr Edwards conducts research on sustainable business models and strategies for developing a circular economy.
Melissa.Edwards@uts.edu.au or 0403 807 306
Dr David Bond
Accounting lecturer Dr David Bond can provide a budget overview. As well as ‘the numbers’, he can address measures in the area of income tax, negative gearing and SMEs.
David.Bond@uts.edu.au or 0402 406 524
BUDGET OVERVIEW / AGED CARE
Dr Nicole Sutton
Accounting lecturer Dr Nicole Sutton, can discuss the resourcing of aged care, agencies and public sector spending, in particular spending on science, including R&D.
Nicole.Sutton@uts.edu.au or 0415 820 635
SMALL-MEDIUM BUSINESS (SMEs)
Associate Professor Antoine Hermens
Dr Hermens is a management specialist and can address the budget impact on SMEs.
Antoine.Hermens@uts.edu.au or 0409 111 020
Dr Rosalie Degabriele is a former finance practitioner with an interest in corporate and superannuation governance. Rosalie.Degabriele@uts.edu.au or 0402 242 164