Working Papers

Stotsky,J, Chakraborty, L, Gandhi, P, January 2019, Impact of intergovernmental fiscal transfers on gender equality in India: an empirical analysis paper no. 1/2019.

Killaly, J, October 2018, The Chevron Australian Holdings Case and the reach of the arm's length principle paper no. 17/2018.

Labanca, C, Pozzoli, D, August 2018, Coordination of hours within the firm paper no. 16/2018.

Breunig, R, Carter, A, July 2018, Do earned income tax credits for older workers prolong labor market participation and boost earned income? Evidence from Australia's mature age worker tax offset paper no. 15/2018.

Hamilton, S, June 2018, Optimal deductibility: Theory, and evidence form a bunching decomposition paper no. 14/2018.

Gillitzer, C, Sinning, M, June 2018, Nudging businesses to pay their taxes: Does timing matter? paper no. 13/2018.

Tran, C, Jung, J, June 2018, Optimal progressive income taxation in a Bewley-Grossman framework paper no. 12/2018.

Murphy, C, June 2018, Optimal fiscal equalisation and its application to Australia: updated paper no. 11/2018.

Deutscher, N, June 2018, Place, jobs, peers and the teenage years: exposure effects and intergenerational mobility paper no. 10/2018.

Murphy, C, May 2018, Australia's high company tax rate and dividend imputation: a poor recipe for a small open economy? paper no. 9/2018.

Regan, S, Stanton, D, May 2018, Social Policy Inquiries in Australia: The Henderson Poverty Inquiry in Context paper no. 8/2018.

Nolan, P, May 2018, Effective marginal tax rates: The New Zealand case paper no. 7/2018.

Leech, C, April 2018, Detect and deter or catch and release: Are financial penalties an effective way to penalise deliberate tax evaders? paper no. 6/2018.

Agarwal, S, Chakraborty, L, April 2018, Who bears the corporate tax incidence? Empirical evidence from India paper no. 5/2018.

Stewart, M, February 2018, Redistribution between rich and poor countries paper no. 4/2018.

Ingles, D, Stewart, M, February 2018, Australia's company tax: options for fiscally sustainable reform, updated post Trump paper no. 3/2018.

Murphy, C, February 2018, Modelling Australian corporate tax reforms: updated for the recent US corporate tax changes paper no. 2/2018.

Hoy, C, Mager, F, January 2018, Can information about inequality and social mobility change preferences for redistribution? Evidence from randomized controlled trials in 11 high and middle-income countries. paper no. 1/2018.

Ingles, D, Stewart, M, November 2017, Australia's company tax: options for fiscally sustainable reform paper no. 9/2017.

Murphy, C, October 2017, Modelling Australian corporate tax reforms paper no. 8/2017.

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