Australian Treasury Consultation: Streamlining Excise Administration

Submission closing date: 16 February 2023 In the March 2022-23 Budget, the former government announced a package of measures to streamline the administration of fuel… Read More ›

ANU RegNet Seminar: A Comparative History of US Resistance to National Consumption Taxes

The VAT laggard: a comparative history of U.S. resistance to national consumption taxes Speaker: Ajay K Mehrotra (Northwestern Pritzker School of Law) Date & time:… Read More ›

Book Launch: Tax and Government in the 21st Century

Date: Tuesday 28 February 2023 Time: 5:00pm – 6:30pm Location: Melbourne Law School, Ground Floor Theatre (G08) The Melbourne Centre for Commercial Law at the… Read More ›

Workshop: Income Inequality and Mobility in New Zealand

The Chair in Public Finance at the Victoria University of Wellington is organising a one-day workshop at the Wellington School of Business and Government on… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: The Role of Local Government in Australia’s Three-Tiered Government System

The principles and practice of local government in the Australian three-tiered system of government: With special reference to the roles of state and local government… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: Government Revenues From Fossil Fuels in Australia

On the way out: Government revenues from fossil fuels in Australia Author: Paul Burke Australia is moving from a fossil fuel-dominated energy mix to one… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: “Greedy” Jobs, Labour Market Institutions and Gender Pay Gap

Greedy jobs, labour market institutions, and the gender pay gap Author: Kristen Sobeck Previous research argues that occupational gender pay gaps arise from greedy jobs… Read More ›

OECD Policy Brief: Tax Policy Reforms in Low and Middle-Income Countries

This policy brief reviews the tax policy reforms introduced by low- and middle-income countries that responded to the 2022 edition of the OECD tax policy… Read More ›

New Report Reveals Soaring Demand for Community Services from Increased Cost of Living

Community services including homelessness, mental health and family violence organisations are facing soaring demand this Christmas due to the cost-of-living crisis, continuous disasters and the… Read More ›

OECD Policy Briefs: Coping With Cost of Living Crisis

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) has recently released three policy briefs in relation to the current cost of living crisis: Income support… Read More ›