NATSEM Preliminary Budget Analysis 2016

Welcome

Why we need to do the Federal Budget differently

Learn More
The benefits of simplifying the child care subsidy system

Welcome

Where are the areas affected by the tax bracket change?

Learn More
Welcome

Welcome

NATSEM BUDGET 2016: The budget that launches an election

Learn More
How did the social media react to the Budget 2016 Speech?

Welcome

How did the social media react to the Budget 2016 Speech?

Learn More
Welcome

Welcome

How much public debt does Australia have?

Learn More
Welcome

Welcome

STINMOD+ (Static Incomes Model) is NATSEM's static microsimulation model of Australia's income tax and transfer system.

Learn More

2016-17 Budget

24.2% of GDP (Revenue) 2.2% of GDP (Deficit) $19.1 Billion increase in Expense

The total revenue for 2016-17 is expected to be $416.9 billion with an expense of $450.6 billion dollars. The deficit is about 2.2% of the GDP which is 0.2 percentage point lower compared with 2015-16. (Source: Budget Paper 2016-17)

Learn More

2015-16 Budget

24.0% of GDP (Revenue) 2.4% of GDP (Deficit) $13.6 Billion Increase in Expense

The total revenue for 2015-16 is estimated to be $396.4 billion with an expense of $431.5 billion dollars. The deficit is about 2.4% of the GDP which is 0.1 percentage point lower compared with 2014-15. (Source: Budget Paper 2016-17)

Learn More

RT @kimgron: Exactly a year ago the second Deliberative Democracy Summer School was reaching its peak @DelDemUCan @UCIGPA. See you all in T…

RT @markparton: Listening to Jon Stanhope discuss housing affordability https://t.co/HZj6eIh7yc

Updated link to video: https://t.co/v3zEz1wDSB

RT @MareaFatseas: Peter Phibbs speaking about #housing affordability in Australia right now @UCIGPA seminar at Theo Notaras Centre, Civic…

RT @nicolelawder: Talking #Housing #affordability with @UCIGPA Jon Stanhope and Prof Peter Phibbs - token responses v what really works htt…

IGPA's latest Canberra Conversation is well under-way with Prof Peter Phibbs (@Peterfizz) on the subject of: Housi… https://t.co/TCcS99VxXz

Why the Institute for Governance is breaking new ground: Evidence + inclusive practice + advocacy + engagement =… https://t.co/V8NlARxu20

RT @Virginia_Hauss: Today on BroadAgenda: Why would women vote for Trump? Hear Prof Anne Phillips on the gender shift @LSEnews @LSEengender…

RT @policy_politics: Our compliments to Diane Stone @UniCanberra for writing one of our most read articles in 2017: Understanding the trans…

RT @policy_space: Exclusive for Policy Space: Read about Election Trolling and Foreign Influence Campaigns, written by @mikejjensen @UCIGPA

Please enter your email to subscribe and receive updates:

Institute's Office

Building 23, Level B & Building 24
University Drive South
University of Canberra
ACT 2601
Phone: +61 2 6201 2074

NATSEM

Building 24
University Drive South
University of Canberra
ACT 2601
Phone: +61 2 6201 2780