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Senate Economics References Committee


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10 Aug 2017

Insurance touches many aspects of human activity. Adequate insurance cover is integral to protecting consumers' most valuable assets and to maintaining and protecting the living standards of all Australians and the economy overall. As seen in the wake of a number of natural catastrophes,...

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21 Apr 2017

The physical risks of climate change, along with the challenge of transition to a lower carbon world, present material risks to Australian businesses.

Investors need to be fully informed about the circumstances of a company in order to make optimal decisions about where to invest....

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23 Mar 2017

On 25 November 2015, the Senate referred the matter of inconsistencies and inadequacies of current criminal, civil and administrative penalties for corporate and financial misconduct or white-collar crime to the Economics References Committee for inquiry and report.

The terms of reference...

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18 Aug 2015

This interim report summarises the findings of the Senate Inquiry into corporate tax avoidance and aggressive minimisation, after holding five public hearings and receiving more than one hundred submissions.

Given both the public interest and new issues that have been raised over the...

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18 Aug 2015

This interim report summarises the findings of the Senate Inquiry into corporate tax avoidance and aggressive minimisation, after holding five public hearings and receiving more than one hundred submissions. Given both the public interest and new issues that have been raised over the course of...

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08 May 2015

This report argues that Australia's housing market is not meeting the needs of all Australians, which is reflected in declining home ownership rates, and recommends extensive reforms.

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In this report, the committee underscores the importance of...

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19 Mar 2015

This inquiry examined incentives to privatise state or territory assets and recycle the proceeds into new infrastructure.

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The Economics References Committee examined:

Incentives to privatise state or territory assets and recycle the proceeds...

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18 Mar 2015

This report examines ways to create a national approach to retail leasing arrangements to create a fairer system and reduce the burden on small to medium businesses with associated benefits to landlords.

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This report provides an overview of previous reviews...

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10 Aug 2017

Insurance touches many aspects of human activity. Adequate insurance cover is integral to protecting consumers' most valuable assets and to maintaining and protecting the living standards of all Australians and the economy overall. As seen in the wake of a number of natural catastrophes,...

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02 May 2017

The Superannuation Guarantee (SG) system—in conjunction with voluntary superannuation contributions and a means-tested, government-funded age pension—forms an integral part of Australia's retirement income policy.

As such, the committee is deeply concerned by recent analysis by Industry...

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23 Mar 2017

On 25 November 2015, the Senate referred the matter of inconsistencies and inadequacies of current criminal, civil and administrative penalties for corporate and financial misconduct or white-collar crime to the Economics References Committee for inquiry and report.

The terms of reference...

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Research report

18 Aug 2015

This interim report summarises the findings of the Senate Inquiry into corporate tax avoidance and aggressive minimisation, after holding five public hearings and receiving more than one hundred submissions.

Given both the public interest and new issues that have been raised over the...

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Research report

08 May 2015

This report argues that Australia's housing market is not meeting the needs of all Australians, which is reflected in declining home ownership rates, and recommends extensive reforms.

Executive summary

In this report, the committee underscores the importance of...

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19 Mar 2015

This inquiry examined incentives to privatise state or territory assets and recycle the proceeds into new infrastructure.

Introduction

The Economics References Committee examined:

Incentives to privatise state or territory assets and recycle the proceeds...

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18 Mar 2015

This report examines ways to create a national approach to retail leasing arrangements to create a fairer system and reduce the burden on small to medium businesses with associated benefits to landlords.

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This report provides an overview of previous reviews...

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26 Jun 2014

Overview: As the national corporate, markets and financial services regulator, the Australian Securities and Investments Commission (ASIC) is involved in most areas of Australia's commercial world. With the limited resources available to it, ASIC should be commended for how it...

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11 Jun 2010

 

This inquiry of the Senate Economics References Committee into competition and pricing in the Australian dairy industry follows a number of other investigations which the Committee has completed, which reflected on various aspects of Australian competition policy. Like those inquiries,...

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27 Oct 2009

Introduction

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1.1 Disruptions to the financial system have resulted in the global economy contracting in 2009, for the first time since the Second World War. The Australian economy is less vulnerable to external shocks than many other...

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