Joseph is a transport economist, data analyst and software developer who specialises in spatial economics and econometric forecasting models. His experience includes a wide spectrum of areas including econometric analysis, transport planning, land use forecasting, geographic information systems and website authoring.
Using his excellent technical and analytical skills, Joseph has managed and contributed to a range of projects, including forecasting employment and population trends into the future, modelling agglomeration economies arising from transport infrastructure developments, assessing demand for education facilities in urban renewal areas, and developing various web tools to showcase how interactions between transport and land use impact our cities. He has also been involved in development of a ‘Digital Hub’ web platform to house the spatial and digital insights developed by SGS.
Throughout his studies, Joseph was awarded many academic awards, including the Dean’s Honours List award for placing within the top two students within his degree, the highest achiever in both the Finance and Actuarial Studies specialisations, and awards for the highest achieving score in eight university subjects.
Joseph has an interest in spatial and transport economics, particularly in analysing how changes to transport, land use, housing and retail all shape how our cities work as a system.