The Federal Budget and the Dynamics of State and Territory Economies

The Federal Budget and the Dynamics of State and Territory Economies

This article shows how the Federal Budget could directly affect the income inequality among States and Territories. 

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Where are the areas affected by the tax bracket change?

Where are the areas affected by the tax bracket change?

This article checks this claim and examines the distributional impact of the tax bracket change in terms of area affected by the change. 

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NATSEM Preliminary Analysis

NATSEM Preliminary Analysis

NATSEM Preliminary Analysis - An Enterprise Budget in Times of Mistrust

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2016: What did the Treasurer Say?

2016: What did the Treasurer Say?

The annual Budget Speech is a significant event in Australian politics. The Budget Speech and Budget Reply constitute the contrasting narratives from the Government and Opposition regarding where the country is, its challenges and opportunities, and how the major parties aim to confront those challenges. We analysed the speeches given by Treasurer and Opposition and noted the most frequent words and phrases used.

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The impact of the 2016-17 budget superannuation changes by age group and gender

The impact of the 2016-17 budget superannuation changes by age group and gender

NATSEM has used its Tax/Transfer microsimulation model (STINMOD+) to look at the changes in tax paid by age group and gender as a result of the superannuation contribution changes for those who lost due to the proposed policy.

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