2022 Media

Previous years

Let the states specialise in services and leave tax to the feds, Financial Review, by Robert Breunig - 2 October 2022

Millions who withdrew superannuation early spent longer unemployed, paid less: study, ABC News, by Henry Belot, (Robert Breunig comments) - 15 September 2022

What happened when we gave unemployed Australians early access to their super? We’ve just found out, The Conversation, by Tristram Sainsbury, and Robert Breunig - 15 September 2022

What to expect from the jobs and skills summit, RTR FM92.1, Radio interview presented by Madeleine Lombardi, with Robert Breunig - 1 September 2022

Why the stage three tax cuts should be replaced, Financial Review, by Miranda Stewart - 15 August 2022

Tax landowners to repay COVID-19 debt, ANU study says, Financial Review, by John Kehoe, (Robert Breunig comments) 29 July 2022

Podcast: Back to basics - the economy and us, Asia & the Pacific Policy Society (APPS) Policy Forum, Kristen Sobeck, Warwick McKibbin, Sharon Bessell, Arnagretta Hunter - 4 July 2022

What does the future hold for taxation in Australia?, ABC Overnights with Rodd Quinn, (interview with Miranda Stewart) - 25 June 2022

Dual income tax should be on Chalmers’ radar, Financial Review, by John Kehoe, (Robert Breunig and Kristen Sobeck comment) - 22 June 2022

NSW stamp duty reform a ‘good policy move’, ABC News, interview with Miranda Stewart - 21 June 2022

Crackdown on trust payments, ABC Radio National Saturday Extra with Kathryn Robinson, interview with Robert Breunig - 18 June 2022

The RBA risks bursting the household debt bubble, The Saturday Paper, by John Hewson - 4 June 2022

A Choice between two lessers, The Saturday paper, by John Hewson - 21 May 2022

A tax encounter of the absurd kind, Asia & the Pacific Policy Society (APPS) by Robert Breunig - 20 May 2022

Adam Bandt says the fossil fuel industry receives $10b in federal subsidies a year. Is that correct? RMIT ABC Fact Check, principal researcher, David Campbell (Robert Breunig comments) - 19 May 2022

Election 2022: How the high cost of childcare holds back women and the economy, Financial Review, by Julie Hare, (Miranda Stewart comments) - 17 May 2022

If governments were really concerned about tax and the cost of living they would cut the cost of childcare, The Conversation, by Miranda Stewart - 13 May 2022

Election 2022: Who is better for women? Independent scorecard gives one major party the edge, brisbane times, by David Crowe and Katina Curtis, (Miranda Stewart comments) - 13 May 2022

How well off you are depends on who you are. Comparing the lives of Australia’s Millennials, Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers, The Conversation, by Peter Abelson (TTPI Visiting Fellow) - 12 May 2022

Morrison focuses on the economy at the expense of workers, The Saturday Paper, John Hewson - 30 April 2022

Funding the federation, Financial Review, by Tom Burton (Robert Breunig comments) - 4 April 2022

Morrison’s special GST deal for WA is a disaster: fiscal experts, Financial Review, by Tom Burton (Robert Breunig comments) - 29 March 2022

Can Morrison buy his way back into office?, The Saturday Paper, by John Hewson - 26 March 2022

Corporate equity allowance can fix tax system, ANU Newsroom -media alert, report authors Robert Breunig and Kristen Sobeck - 21 March 2022

Everyone is in a tax reform huddle, except the politicians, Financial Review, by Robert Breunig - 13 February 2022

The RBA’s inflated ego could make the housing crisis worse, The Saturday Paper, by John Hewson - February 12 - 18, 2022

Why lefties need to learn to love the GST, The Sydney Morning Herald, by Steven Hamilton, TTPI Visiting Fellow - 19 January 2022

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