Esther Koh

Expertise: Public policy, governance, sustainability

Esther is program officer for the Sustainable Economy Program and Wellbeing Government Initiative.

She is passionate about contributing to positive and high impact outcomes in this space, supporting the team and its projects, meaningfully connecting with people, and sharing ideas. 

Esther is also completing her master’s degree in Public Policy with an interest in governance, the structural realities of policy making, as well as sustainability management across sectors. She also loves good food and company, playing music, conversations about what’s under the sun, and enjoys learning about different topics and industry fields.

Publications

The Fifth Wellbeing Government Roundtable brought together senior government officials from multiple departments across six
More than 30 state and federal government officials, investors, and leaders representing businesses and workers
The Setting Direction report lays out a practical framework that Australia’s federal government could use
Around 40 state and federal government officials, investors, and leaders representing businesses and workers in
The Fourth Wellbeing Initiative roundtable was held virtually on Monday 13 November 2023 and was
The third 2035 Climate Initiative roundtable was hosted by the Centre for Policy Development in

In the media

For most economists, the idea of a “planned economy” is laughable. Policy experts, in particular, are now happy to challenge the Cold War binary that a country is either “free” or trying to recreate Stalin’s five-year plan.
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