Join Andrew Carter as he examines Australia’s Transition to Retirement Income Streams (TRIS) program.
Join Professor Clarke as he discusses recent studies on the measurement of long-run health inequalities.
Join Dr Mendolia, as she discusses the long-term causal effect of adolescent school bullying on educational and later life outcomes.
What motivates giving? Three things learned from field experiments with charity and foundation partners
Join Professor Petrie as she present evidence on motives and barriers to giving.
Persistency in teachers' grading bias and effects on longer-term outcomes: university admission exams and choice of field of study
The study examines how teachers’ gender role attitudes and stereotypes influence the gender gap.
Risky data: The combined effect of risk preference and negative framing on intended participation in the Consumer Data Right
The Consumer Data Right (CDR), which began in Australian on the 1st of July 2019, aims to give Australian customers a right to access data about them held by businesses.
In this seminar, Assistant Professor Steven Hamilton will define a new tax instrument, the ‘deductibility rate’, which specifies the proportion of eligible expenses a taxpayer may deduct when preparing taxes.
This seminar will study tax enforcement in a two-sector economy and focus on cross-sector effect of sectoral shocks.
Join Ross as he explains the large administrative dataset from Canada to estimate the tax price elasticity of donations.
The conventional wisdom is that Australians don’t save enough for retirement. But Grattan Institute’s recent report, Money in Retirement, shows this belief is mistaken.