Tasmanian

Governence and TAS Branch Council Members

The Economic Society of Australia (Tasmania Branch) Inc. (ESA-TAS) is one of seven state/territory based branches which comprise the Economic Society of Australia (the Society). As a federation of regional groups the Society is united by a Central Council made up of 12 individuals; seven state-based presidents, two national editors and a three-member executive team (President, Secretary and Treasurer). The Central Council through publishes two journals (Economic Record and Economic Papers).

A Branch Council is elected each year to provide voluntary administration and organisation of the Society. The Council organises functions, engages with students, represents the organisation at conferences and meetings, and advises on the strategic direction of the organisation.

We are always looking for members to involve themselves in the running of the organisation. Please contact us at admin@esatas.org.au to express your interest in becoming involved.

The Tasmania Branch Council consists of:

President:

Dr

Paul

Blacklow

Lecturer in Microeconomics,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Vice-President:

Dr

Dugald

Tinch

Lecturer in Resource Economics,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Treasurer:

Alison

Watt

Assistant Director, Economic Policy Branch,
Department of Treasury & Finance

Secretary:

Preston

Tsamassiros

Honours Student,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Committee:

Mary

Bennett

Project Manager - TIA Engagement
AgriGrowth Tasmania 

Erin-Lea

Brown

Principal Infrastructure Analyst,
Department of Treasury & Finance

Hamish

Burrell

Graduate Economist,
Deloitte Access Economics

Dr

Biplop

Chowdhury

Lecturer in Finance,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Gabriel

Halton

Policy Analyst, 
Department of Treasury & Finance

Paul

Liggins

Partner,
Deloitte Access Economics

Julia

Ma

Research Officer, Office of the Tasmanian Economic Regulator,
Department of Treasury & Finance

Todd

Newett

Principal Policy Analyst, Office of the Tasmanian Economic Regulator,
Department of Treasury & Finance

Loveth

Ochayi

Student,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Mala

Raghavan

Lecturer in Macroeconomics,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Dr

Rana

Roy

Independent Consultant

Mark

Tocock

PhD Student,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS

Dr

Graeme

Wells

Principal Consultant,
Wells Economic Analysis

Dr

Maria

Yanotti

Lecturer in Microeconomics,
Tasmanian School of Business and Economics, UTAS



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