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Social Security and Welfare Spending in Australia: Assessing Long-Term Trends Part 4

How does Australia compare? The Australian social security system differs from those in most other countries. In Europe, the United States and Japan, most government… Read More ›

Social Security and Welfare Spending in Australia: Assessing Long-Term Trends Part 3

Social security and household incomes in Australia We can measure reliance on or use of social security using ABS statistics on income distribution. These show… Read More ›

Social Security and Welfare Spending in Australia: Assessing Long-Term Trends Part 2

How many people receive payments? Part 1 in this series looked at how much is spent on social security in Australia and how spending has… Read More ›

Social Security and Welfare Spending in Australia: Assessing Long-Term Trends Part 1

For some time, the largest single component of Commonwealth Government spending in Australia has been “Social Security and Welfare”, estimated at 35.3 per cent of… Read More ›

Complexity and Inequality in Fiscal Systems: A Conversation Between Vito Tanzi, Stephen Howes, Roger Bradbury, Peter Whiteford and Miranda Stewart

This is an edited extract of a Crawford School event with Professor Vito Tanzi, former Director of the IMF Fiscal Affairs Department. The event was… Read More ›

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