CREATING VALUE THROUGH BETTER PUBLIC POLICY
What we do
- Public Financial Management
- Tax Policy
- Program Analysis
- Regulatory Impact Analysis
- Cost Benefit Appraisal
- Economic Impact Analysis
- Financial Modelling
- Business Case Development
- Business Case Review
- Joe is a regular speaker at
conferences and in the media
Ecotourism in the Post Mining Investment Boom Decade
6 August 2018
Opinion Piece in Today's Courier Mail
Urgent need to shift second language options
20 September 2018
Are we still turning Japanese? I don’t think so.
Ask any Queensland public school kid what second language has been foisted on them, and it is more likely than not the answer is Japanese.
Tulipwood Economics has been working in the Ecotourism space for a number of state governments and private companies. It’s a growing industry in Australia, particularly in Tasmania, but has enormous potential in Tropical North Queensland.
We recently completed a report for the Queensland Government reviewing the Tasmanian success story in ecotourism. And we are currently working with our partners Aurecon and PWC looking at ways to grow ecotourism in the beautiful Whitsundays.
Director of Tulipwood Economics
Supply Chain Efficiency
6 August 2018
Welcome to Tulipwood Economics
31 July 2018
At the SMART Infrastructure Facility, Joe has been working with Ben Ellis, a highly respected transport economist and Partner at KPMG on identifying representative supply-chains in the Australian economy for the Bureau of Industry Transport and Regional Economics (BITRE). This is a fascinating project and should hopefully, with better information, underpin improvements in supply-chain investment in Australia.
With the appropriate level of fanfare for an economics website, welcome to the Tulipwood Economics website! The purpose of the website is, of course, to promote TWE. The website describes my experience and industry expertise, as well as some of the technical skills I apply in my work.
Queensland Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games
Department of Environment and Science
SMART Infrastructure Facility