Christine Duke

Deloitte Access Economics
Health and Social Policy Economist

Industry, Government

Christine is a Director in the health economics and social policy practice within Deloitte Access Economics in Canberra. She is focused on providing policy and economic advice to government and is currently working on projects for the Department of Social Services, the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet and the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. She has extensive experience developing, assessing and evaluating policy initiatives with a particular focus on health and social policy.


Prior to commencing at Deloitte, Christine worked for the Australian Government as a policy adviser for the Minister for Finance and Deregulation. She also worked as a policy adviser for the Commonwealth Attorney-General and the Minister for Health and Ageing.


Christine started her career working for the Commonwealth Treasury. She spent five years working at the Treasury, where she provided advice to the Treasurer on defence, health and social policy spending proposals and undertook long term modelling of health expenditure for the intergenerational report and to inform decisions on policy proposals related to health reform.