IMF Working Papers

Measuring the Redistributive Capacity of Tax Policies Authors: Charles Vellutini & Juan Carlos Benitez This paper presents a novel technique to measure and compare the… Read More ›

ACOSS Report: The Faces of Unemployment 2021

Produced by the Australian Council of Social Service (ACOSS) and supported by the Ecstra Foundation, the ‘Faces of Unemployment 2021’ report draws on Australian Bureau… Read More ›

ANU Crawford School Event: Cashless Credit Card Symposium

Cashless Debit Card: Where we are now and where to from here? Date & time: Friday 19 November 2021, 2.00pm–5.15pm (AEDT) Mode: Online via Zoom… Read More ›

Call for Papers: Basic Income Earth Network Congress 2022

The Basic Income Earth Network Congress 2022 will be held in Brisbane, Australia in a hybrid format from September 26-28, 2022. The call for papers… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: A Study of Cross-Border Profit Shifting Channels

A study of cross-border profit shifting channels Authors: Alfred Tran & Wanmeng Xu In this study, we investigate two cross-border profit shifting channels of foreign… Read More ›

OECD Taxation Working Paper: Kerosene Taxes’ Role in Decarbonising International Air Travel

Greening international aviation post COVID-19: What role for kerosene taxes? Authors: Jonas Teusch and Samuel Ribansky This paper discusses the contribution that kerosene taxes could… Read More ›

ANU Crawford School Seminar: Hidden Heterogeneity

Hidden Heterogeneity: The Distribution of Treatment Effects of a Welfare Reform Experiment Date & time: Tuesday 09 November 2021, 2.00pm–3.30pm (AEDT) Mode: Online via Zoom… Read More ›

Report: Evaluation of the Revised Disability Support Pension Assessment Process

In May 2020, the Department of Social Services engaged Health Outcomes International to conduct an evaluation of the revised Disability Support Pension assessment process. The… Read More ›

EU Tax Observatory: Revenue Effects of the Global Minimum Tax

Revenue Effects of the Global Minimum Tax: Country-by-Country Estimates Authors: Mona Barake, Theresa Neef, Paul-Emmanuel Chouc & Gabriel Zucman In October 2021, 136 countries and… Read More ›

G20 Economies Are Pricing More Carbon Emissions but Stronger Globally More Coherent Policy Action Is Needed, Says OECD

Almost half of all energy-related CO2 emissions in G20 economies are now covered by a carbon price, as several countries introduced or extended carbon taxes or… Read More ›