Pages tagged by "tax"

A cold take on the budget

Whatever happened to reform?

Energy prices, subsidies and resource tax reform in China

The Chinese leadership in November 2013 is determined to embark upon a new wave of comprehensive reforms in China. This is clearly reflected by the key...

Navigating international tax

Miranda Stewart on the alphabet soup of international tax.

The politics of tax reform in Australia

Increasingly short-term, opportunistic, adversarial politics has consistently constrained and compromised significant and genuine tax reform in Australia....

International tax, the G20 and the Asia Pacific: from competition to cooperation?

Nation states in the Asia Pacific need to increase tax revenues but face many challenges. This article discusses the challenge of taxation in an age of...

The cost of broken promises

US back-flip sinks Pacific nation’s earnings.

Bare minimum: unpicking the minimum wage

Australia needs to have a national conversation about the minimum wage, starting with breaking free from the short-term thinking of the annual negotiations, according to the author of a new report from the HC Coombs Policy Forum.

Middle class welfare – are we hitting the target?

Child poverty could be on the increase due to changes in Family Tax Benefit, write PETER WHITEFORD and GERRY REDMOND.

Big returns expected from the new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

A new Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School, announced in the Federal Budget, will aim to answer the big questions for the country and region about tax and transfer systems.

Welfare policies shouldn't hit home

Including homes in welfare assessments is not what the public, or politicians, should want to see, writes PETER WHITEFORD.


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