IMF Working Papers on Tax and Fiscal Policy

The (Subjective) Well-Being Cost of Fiscal Policy Shocks, Working Paper No. 20/5 By Kodjovi M Eklou & Mamour Fall Do discretionary spending cuts and tax… Read More ›

UK Releases Diverted Profits Tax Statistics

More than £5 billion in extra tax has been secured from multinationals after the UK introduced the Diverted Profits Tax (DPT) in 2015, according to… Read More ›

UK Resolution Foundation Report: Introduction and Impact of Universal Credit in Liverpool City Region and UK

The long and winding road: The introduction and impact of Universal Credit in Liverpool City Region and the UK Authors: Laura Gardiner and David Finch… Read More ›

Global Reporting Initiative Releases First Global Standard for Tax Transparency

The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) has recently released the first global standard for comprehensive tax disclosure at the country-by-country level. The standard enables organizations to… Read More ›

New Book on Malaysia’s Taxation System

Malaysia’s Taxation System: Contemporary Practices, Issues and Future Direction Editors: Mohamed Ariff and Yeah Kim Leng Publisher: Sunway University Press, Malaysia Introduction Malaysia’s Taxation System:… Read More ›

Australian Treasury Consultation on New Deductible Gift Recipient Category

New Deductible Gift Recipient (DGR) category for Men’s Sheds and Women’s Sheds, closes on 14 February 2020 (Friday) Treasury is seeking submissions on the draft… Read More ›

OECD Online Courses on International Taxation

The Global Relations Programme, as part of the OECD Centre for Tax Policy and Administration, has developed e-learning courses to respond to the growing demands… Read More ›

UK Institute for Fiscal Studies Derived Datasets Available for Download

The Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS) has recently made its ‘derived datasets’ from the Living Costs and Food Survey (LCFS) and its predecessors, along with… Read More ›

PBO Information Paper: Behavioural Assumptions and PBO Costings

Australian Parliamentary Budget Office Information Paper no. 01/2020 Behavioural Assumptions and PBO Costings Overview A key role for the Parliamentary Budget Office (PBO) is to… Read More ›

ACOSS Calls on Government to Increase Disaster Payments

The Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) has written to the Prime Minister with recommendations for immediate actions in response to the bushfire tragedy, with… Read More ›