Martin Stokie commenced a 5 year term as a full time Commissioner with the Productivity Commission in April 2022.
Prior to joining the Commission, Martin was the lead partner for PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Economics and Policy practice. Martin was with PwC for 14 years and for the 7 years before that Martin was a Director with the (then) Allen Consulting Group. Martin started his career with the Victorian public service where he held roles in Treasury, Economic Development and Regulatory Reform.
Martin brings a wealth of experience of practical economic policy from his engagements across a broad array of clients. In particular, Martin has deep experience in regulatory policy at the State and Federal level and he has contributed to various government guides to regulation and the application of cost benefit analysis.
Martin holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours in Economics) from Deakin University, a Master in Commerce (Honours in Economics) from the University of Melbourne and a Graduate Diploma in Applied Finance from the Financial Services Institute of Australasia (FINSIA).
Martin is currently working on the Early Childhood Education and Care inquiry.
Martin has worked on: