Gender Equality



Quantifying the Effects of Child Care Subsidy Reform on Labour Supply, Child Care Demand and Household Finances for Two-Parent Households

Starting from July 2018, Australia’s current ‘complex and costly’ child care subsidy system will be replaced by a new single Child Care Subsidy (CCS), after… Read More ›

Gender Budgeting in Fragile States

A growing number of fragile states have taken steps to make their budget more gender responsive. But questions remain for economists and policy makers about… Read More ›

Budget Forum 2017/Women in Economics: Tax, Transfers and Budget Fairness

Editor’s note: This is an extract of a speech given by Miranda Stewart at the Women in Economics post-Budget event, held at the National Press… Read More ›

Budget Forum 2017/Women in Economics: Housing in Budget 2017-18

Editor’s note: This is an extract of a speech given by Rachel Ong at the Women in Economics post-Budget event, held at the National Press… Read More ›

Budget Forum 2017: No Super Fix to Housing, or to Super

The relationship between retirement income and housing has long been acknowledged. In fact, the family home is sometimes referred to as the fourth pillar of… 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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