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Aaron Lane

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Aaron M. Lane
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Institute of Public Affairs

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10 Jul 2017

Penalty rates have been a fixture of Australian industrial relations regimes since the late 1800s. With federation, a series of decisions by various state and federal wage-setting bodies began, culminating in the first ‘national’ penalty rate decision in 1947.

These early decisions...

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02 Feb 2014

Executive summary: Behavioural taxes are taxes that are designed to influence behaviour against consumption. The application of behavioural taxes is fundamentally illiberal. They interfere with the rights and freedoms of individuals to make choices about their own consumption....

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