ANU CSRM Research Note: Analysis of Pensioner Home Owner House Values

Analysis of pensioner home owner house values, 2019-20 By Richard Webster and Ben Phillips Abstract: This research note presents the results from an analysis of age… Read More ›

OECD Releases Guidance on the Spontaneous Exchange of Information by No or Only Nominal Tax Jurisdictions

The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) recently released a guidance for the spontaneous exchange of information by no or only nominal tax jurisdictions.… Read More ›

Rise in Collectable Debts and Tax Administration of Deceased Estates to be Investigated by Taxation Ombudsman

The Inspector-General of Taxation and Taxation Ombudsman (IGTO), Karen Payne, announced recently the launch of two new investigations into aspects of the Australian Taxation Office’s… Read More ›

Open for Registration: 2019 Australasian Property Tax Summit

Date: 14-15 November 2019 Location: Angliss Conference Centre, Melbourne, Australia Property taxes are a vital source of revenue for governments around the world, and are… Read More ›

ANU Event: In Conversation with Andrew Leigh

Date and time: Wednesday 20 November 2019, 6-7pm Location: T2 Lecture Theatre, Kambri Culture Centre, ANU. Andrew Leigh will be in conversation with Brian Schmidt… Read More ›

ANU CSRM Working Paper: A Basic Income for Australia?

Centre for Social Research & Methods (CSRM) Working Paper No. 8/2019 A basic income for Australia? Exploring rationale, design, distribution and cost Author: David Ingles,… Read More ›

TTPI Working Paper: When Do Firms Go Green? Comparing Command and Control Regulations with Price Incentives in India

TTPI Working Paper 10/2019 When do firms go green? Comparing command and control regulations with price incentives in India Author: Ann Harrison, UC Berkeley and… Read More ›

ANU Crawford School Tax and Transfer Seminars

PhD Seminar (Econ) Throwing horizontal equity out with the bathwater: Australian family payments for newborns from the Baby Bonus to Parental Leave Pay Speaker: Matt… Read More ›

Melinda Jone from University of Canterbury passed away

Dr Melinda Jone from the University of Canterbury passed away on 25 September 2019. The editorial team of Austaxpolicy would like to express our deepest… Read More ›

IMF Report on Fiscal Policies to Mitigate Climate Change

The October 2019 edition of the International Monetary Fund’s (IMF) Fiscal Monitor focuses on the design of fiscal policies for climate mitigation at the domestic… Read More ›