Past events

Image sourced from Flickr by SMcD22 (https://www.flickr.com/photos/smcdevitt/)
01
Mar
2024
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Genetically modified organisms and agricultural productivity

Yu Sheng, Crawford Chair Professor in Agricultural Economics

We use newly developed agricultural production account data comparable across 15 OECD countries (1973-2016) to study the impact of adopting agricultural production techniques.

» read more

Image sourced from Flickr by Auburn Alumni Association (https://www.flickr.com/photos/auburnalumniassociation/)
23
Feb
2024
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Measuring the impact of the Australian tax and transfer system on inter-generational equity

Dr Peter Varela, Research Fellow, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, ANU

This paper estimates the extent to which the Australian tax and transfer system redistributes income between Australians of different ages.

» read more

Image sourced from ANU Image Library 2022_centralmarketing_513
16
Feb
2024
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

It's who you know: job search, heterogeneous professional networks, and inequality

Dr Sébastien Willis, Uppsala University, Sweden

This paper studies the value of past coworkers as a source of information about the labour market.

» read more

Image sourced from Flickr by 401(k)2012 http://401kcalculator.org
24
Nov
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Does the presence of tax haven subsidiaries affect the usage of share buybacks schemes? The case of U.S. multinational companies

Alessandro Chiari, PhD candidate, Charles University, Prague

This study examines whether the use of tax haven subsidiaries by U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs) is associated with more intense usage of share buybacks.

» read more

17
Nov
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Business dynamism indicators in Australia

David Hansell, PhD Candidate, Crawford School of Public Policy

Business or economic dynamism is often attributed as the reason for increasing concentration, mark ups, declining labour share of income and productivity.

» read more

Image sourced from Flickr by Theo Crazzolara https://www.flickr.com/photos/theocrazzolara/
27
Oct
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Activity-based recommendations for the reduction of CO2 emissions in private households

Dr Alona Zharova, Humboldt University, Berlin

In this research we propose an activity prediction framework for a multi-agent recommendation system.

» read more

Image sourced from Flickr by Auburn Alumni Association (https://www.flickr.com/photos/auburnalumniassociation/)
20
Oct
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Household Debt and the Effects of Fiscal Policy

Dr Melissa (Hyunji) Song, The University of Sydney

This paper examines how the effects of government spending shocks depend on the balance-sheet position of households.

» read more

Image sourced from Korea Institute of Public Finance 2023
12
Oct
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Symposium

Korea-Australia Tax Symposium 2023

Various - as per program

The Korea Institute of Public Finance (KIPF) hosted the 2023 Korea-Australia Tax Symposium, held on 12 – 13 October 2023, in Seoul, South Korea.

» read more

Image sourced from Flickr by Christian Haugen (https://www.flickr.com/photos/christianhaugen/)
06
Oct
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

Income inequality in Australia

Mr Brendan Fugate, Australian Taxation Office

Income inequality, with respect to total, taxable and post-tax income, has increased in Australia over the period from 1991 to 2019.

» read more

Image sourced from Flickr by Got Credit (https://www.flickr.com/photos/gotcredit/)
22
Sep
2023
Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute | Seminar

A cluster analysis of individual taxpayers - what are the characteristics of taxpayers who realise capital gains?

John Minas, Associate Professor, Monash University

The 50% CGT discount is a significant tax preference, introduced in 1999-2000, which has been the cause of lost tax revenue.

» read more

Pages

Updated:  5 March 2024/Responsible Officer:  Crawford Engagement/Page Contact:  CAP Web Team