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Bonnie Barker

EY Oceania Senior Economist

Urban Renewal and housing economics specialist. Keen squash player. Stand up paddles on the weekend.

Bonnie has been at EY for five years, four of which have been working in the housing and urban renewal sector, supporting Government and private sector clients in making housing policy decisions across the spectrum of need. 

Bonnie is at the forefront of the housing affordability debate, and recently co-authored a piece of thought leadership titled “Sydney Housing Conversations - from Affordability to Accessibility” covering the Rent Versus Buy debate in Sydney.

Supporting Oceania’s chief economist, Bonnie is playing a key part in developing EY’s economic narrative - measuring, analysing and communicating Australia’s macro-economic climate.

Bonnie read economics at the London School of Economics, and before joining EY spent 2 years working at an Investment Bank in London.

How Bonnie is building a better world

"I believe enabling housing choice is at the centre of a happy, healthy and productive working world. I strive to change the housing accessibility narrative to cater for all – a quarter acre block with a white picket fence is no longer the Australian dream for many, so let’s work together to change the conversation."

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