TTPI Policy Briefs

TTPI has now commenced a Policy Brief series. The first edition is 'Effective Marginal Tax Rates' by David Ingles and David Plunkett

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Latest from the Austaxpolicy blog

Prompted by increased political populism globally and heinous financial revelations such as those in the Panama Papers, there is increasing pressure in Australia and elsewhere to crack down on international tax evasion. Miranda Stewart, Austaxpolicy blog

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Austaxpolicy blog

No modern Australian government of either persuasion wants to raise tax; they do so because they have to.

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Following the UK lead?

Experts tackle tax policy for large multinationals.

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ABC RN Talks: Fixing the system

What, if anything, could be done to reinvigorate the political system and re-engage the voting public? Hosted by Fran Kelly, guests John Keane, Philippa Collin, Miranda Stewart and Ian Marsh.

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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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