Josh is a mixed methods Researcher in the Centre for Evaluation. His work extends from Theory of Change and Contribution Analysis, to Randomised Control Trials and Quasi-Experimental Design. He has experience in in-depth interviewing, workshop facilitation and survey design and analysis, as well as statistics and econometrics. Josh works across the different policy areas of NatCen and has a particular interest in international development, poverty and deprivation, economic development and social policy.
Previously Josh worked for an economic development consultancy company for 18 months where he evaluated public policy using mixed method approaches. He largely worked on policy within innovation, health, education and skills, and spatial development. He holds a postgraduate degree in Economic Development from the University of Glasgow where his thesis examined whether the magnitude of indigenous Australian male incarceration had a significant effect on the indigenous female employment and educational attainment.