Working Paper Series
The TTPI Working Paper series is open access and aims to promote excellent tax and transfer research in Australia, the region and globally. The series aims to publish work in progress from all disciplines relevant to taxes and transfers. Work that has already been published in a refereed journal or similar publication is not eligible to be included in the series.
To submit a paper for inclusion in the series, please email it to firstname.lastname@example.org together with Author name, a 100 word Abstract and Keywords.
Submissions will be reviewed by the Director and a TTPI academic fellow with expertise in the discipline, for general relevance and quality control, before publication. Note that this is not a formal refereeing process.
TTPI is happy to publish working papers jointly with other WP series or institutes. TTPI working papers will be published in the Crawford SSRN series.
Hasan, S, Sinning, M, March 2017, paper no. 1/2017.
Koessler, A, Torgler, B, Feld, L, Frey, B, November 2016, paper no. 10/2016.
Kraal D, October 2016, paper no. 9/2016.
Arcos Holzinger L, Biddle N, October 2016, paper no. 8/2016.
Ogier M, September 2016, paper no. 7/2016.
Ingles D, September 2016, paper no. 6/2016.
Apps P, August 2016, paper no. 5/2016.
Murphy C, June 2016, paper no. 4/2016.
Ingles D, March 2016, paper no. 3/2016.
G Kudrna, C Tran, February 2016, paper no. 2/2016.
Emery J, January 2016, paper no. 1/2016.
Ingles D, Stewart M, November 2015, paper no. 7/2015.
Mukherjee S, November 2015, paper no. 6/2015.
Sinning M, September 2015, paper no. 5/2015.
Ingles D, August 2015, paper no. 4/2015.
Gong X, March 2015, paper no. 3/2015.
Gillitzer C, February 2015, paper no. 2/2015.
Stewart M, January 2015, paper no. 1/2015.
Millane E, December 2016, 2016 Budget Superannuation Reforms paper no: 6/2016
Whiteford P, November 2016, Should we be worried about "Zero Net Taxpayers"? paper no: 5/2016
Ingles D, Plunkett D, August 2016, Effective marginal tax rates paper no: 1/2016
Varela, P, March 2016, What is tax salience? paper no: 4/2016
Varela, P, February 2016, What are progressive and regressive taxes? paper no: 3/2016
Stewart, M, Varela, P, January 2016, The goods and services tax (GST) paper no: 2/2016
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- Perspectives: Future directions in corporate tax, The Tax Institute, Financial Services Conference 8-10 February 2017, speakers Miranda Stewart and Michelle de Niese
The Vote: 2016 Federal Election Series - Tax and the economy, 31 May 2016, speakers John Hewson, Maria Racionero, Miranda Stewart
Balancing the books? Post-budget policy analysis, Sir Roland Wilson Foundation public annual budget forum, 19 May 2016, speakers include John Hewson and Miranda Stewart (audio available shortly)
Australia has no clear jobs path, away from mining boom,news.com.au, Citibank ANZ Investor Conference - 21 October 2015, speaker Dr John Hewson
Australian Financial Review Tax Summit 24 September 2015, speaker Miranda Stewart
‘Tax State Resilience’ Prosper Society of Australia, annual lecture, 124th Henry George Dinner, 2 September 2015, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Past and future of the tax state’ Max Planck Institute for Tax Law and Public Finance, Tax Day Guest Lecture – 8 July 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘The fiscal state, benefit and legitimacy’ Cambridge Tax Law History Conference, Cambridge, UK – 30 June 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Discussant on Raskolnikov’ Participant as International Research Fellow, Oxford Centre for Business Taxation Annual Fellows Symposium - 26 June 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Australia’s general anti-avoidance rule – interpretation and reform’ Auckland University Business School – 10 April 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘[International tax challenges for Asia and the G20: competition and coordination]https://taxpolicy.crawford.anu.edu.au/files/uploads/taxstudies_crawford_...) (PDF, 721KB)’ - 11-12 March 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘The politics of tax reform (PDF, 173KB)’ - 11 March 2014, by Dr John Hewson
‘Tax avoidance and general anti-avoidance rules: a Commonwealth perspective’ Victoria University of Wellington Law School, with Professor Vern Krishna, University of Ottowa and Professor John Prebble, Victoria University – 5 March 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Corporate and international tax workshop: an Australian perspective’ Tax Policy Center, Washington DC, USA – 28 February 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Independent fiscal rules: new rules for the dark arts of budgeting’ International Monetary Fund, Washington DC, USA – 27 February 2014, by Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Tax reform, rising inequality and demographic change (PDF, 386KB)’ by Professor Patricia Apps
Submissions, speeches and appearances
Submission Tranche III 2016 superannuation changes, David Ingles Emily Millane, Miranda Stewart
Submission Tranche II 2016 superannuation changes, David Ingles, Emily Millane, Miranda Stewart
Submission Tranche I 2016 superannuation changes, David Ingles, Emily Millane, Miranda Stewart
Submission on ‘Digital Currency’ June 2016 by Joel Emery and Miranda Stewart
Select Committee into the Scrutiny of Government Budget Measures, Public Hearing 14 August 2015, Professor John Hewson
Inquiry into corporate tax avoidance, Senate Economics References Committee, 10 April 2015, Professor Miranda Stewart
‘Advance Australia Fair: What to do about inequality in Australia’ for Australia 21, Parliament House, Canberra - 11 June 2014, Dr John Hewson
Testimony before Senate Select Committee into the Commission of Audit on tax expenditures - 15 April 2014, Dr John Hewson
Member, GAP Task Force on the North, Agriculture and the Environment, Dr John Hewson
- A Gender Lens Budget 2016-2017, National Foundation for Australian Women (NFAW) in conjunction with experts from a range of organisations - May 2016
Opinion pieces and media
Property bubble called by economist and former Liberal leader John Hewson, ABC news/Lateline, article by Michael Janda - 22 March 2017, John Hewson comments
The risk is greater than the GFC if we can’t fix the housing crisis, Sydney Morning Herald - 10 March 2017 by Dr John Hewson
The major parties have one way to beat Pauline Hanson, but so far they’re not up to the challenge, Sydney Morning Herald - 3 March 2017 by Dr John Hewson
Career politicians aren’t qualified to run the country, The Sydney Morning Herald - 24 February 2017 by Dr John Hewson
Turnbull’s energy game-changer, The Conversation - 2 February 2017 by Dr John Hewson
We haven’t learnt anything from the rise of Trump and Brexit, The Sydney Morning Herald - 14 January 2017 by Dr John Hewson
Beware the ‘new conservatives’ motivated by ambition and ego, The Sydney Morning Herald - 5 January 2017 by Dr John Hewson
John Hewson says Malcolm Turnbull must pull backbenchers into line, The Australian - 2 January 2017, by Sam Buckingham-Jones and John Hewson comments
John Hewson’s Weekly View in Fairfax Southern Highland News
Europe may trump Trump in a looming year of fear - 23 February 2017
When the budget numbers just don’t add up - 16 February 2017
Economic optimism ignores potential risks - 19 January 2017
Future shaky after 2016; the year of living unexpectedly - 3 January 2017