Public Seminar May 2017

Indonesia only collects around 12 per cent of GDP in tax revenue and around 40 million people are estimated to be failing to meet their tax obligations.

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Latest from the Austaxpolicy blog

It has been previously noted that there are inherent challenges in measuring the effectiveness of Legislative Budget Offices (LBO).

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Public Lecture - Complexity in governments and markets

Professor Vito Tanzi will present and discuss the challenge of complexity in governments and markets in tax, spending and regulation.

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Public Seminar - The cost of raising an additional dollar of revenue

Sebastian Wende, 'We quantify and compare the welfare loss from increasing government revenue.

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Austaxpolicy blog

The Australian Government is reviewing its climate policies during 2017 to ensure that they, “remain effective in achieving Australia’s 2030 target and Paris Agreement commitments”.

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Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

The Tax and Transfer Policy Institute (TTPI) carries out research on tax and transfer policy, law and implementation for public benefit in Australia. The research of TTPI focuses on key themes of economic prosperity, social equity and system resilience. Responding to the need to adapt Australia’s tax and transfer system to meet contemporary challenges, TTPI delivers policy-relevant research and seeks to inform public knowledge and debate on tax and transfers in Australia, the region and the world. TTPI is committed to working with governments, other academic scholars and institutions, business and the community.

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