US Republican Tax Plan: The Potentially Dire Impact on US Retailing

The US Republican party is proposing substantial changes to the US corporate tax system, which President Donald Trump supports with some reservations. The headline change… Read More ›

An Interview with Professor Jane Millar, OBE

The financial hardship of poor working families represents a key policy challenge in many countries. Sue Regan interviews Jane Millar, Professor of Social Policy at… Read More ›

Participatory Budgeting: The Next ‘Big Thing’ in Australian Local Government?

Australian governments of all levels are increasingly familiar with two trends in public budgeting. Firstly, the pressure to deliver ‘more with less’ in public budgets;… Read More ›

Does It Pay To Work? – The Case of a Single Parent with 4 Children

Despite some analysis from the media suggesting single parents might find being on welfare more attractive than working, more than half of sole parents in… Read More ›

The ‘Netflix Tax’: What Can We Learn from the EU-MOSS Scheme?

Australia’s Goods and Services Tax (GST) will be extended to all imports of digital goods and services by consumers in Australia from 1 July 2017.… Read More ›

2016 Budget Superannuation Reforms

This post was originally published as part of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Policy Brief series. After some years of stasis, superannuation tax reform… Read More ›

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