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Andrew Robert Sinstead-Reid

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Since 2011, Andrew has worked as an incentives policy analyst at the Australian Government Departments of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs (‘FaHCSIA’) and Social Services. During his 24 year career as a public servant working on Australian social security policy, Andrew has worked as a senior analyst in the Working Age Taskforce (2002-04) progressing recommendations from the first ‘Report of the Reference Group on Welfare Reform’ (‘the McClure Report I’), as a ‘policy modeller’ modelling the impact on financial incentives of the interaction between tax and transfer system elements (2004-07, 2008-11), and as an incentives policy analyst on the second ‘Report of the Reference Group on Welfare Reform’ (‘the McClure Report II’). At TTPI, Andrew will be undertaking a project examining various social security and incentives policy issues and trends in their ‘longer run’, historical context, and exploring reform options and approaches given current and emerging tax-transfer system pressures and priorities.

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