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Grattan Institute

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Working paper

15 Dec 2015

Overview

Australia has begun to address climate change. The Commonwealth Government has committed to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 26–28 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030. But we do not have a comprehensive, credible domestic policy framework to achieve this target. We...

Report

6 Dec 2015

A well- designed GST reform package could support economic growth, make the tax and transfer system more progressive and give governments more budgetary options, according to this report.

Summary Extending the goods and services tax to cover many of the categories currently exempt...

Report

24 Nov 2015

Better targeting of superannuation contributions tax breaks could save the budget $3.9 billion a year, argues this report.

Summary

Tax breaks for superannuation contributions and earnings should be targeted more tightly at their policy purpose. The current system is expensive and unfair....

Report

1 Nov 2015

More than $2 billion in surpluses from teaching are being used to fund research in Australian universities, according to this report.

Summary More than $2 billion in surpluses from teaching are being used to fund research in Australian universities. On a conservative estimate,...

Report

30 Aug 2015

Overview

For more than a year Australia has debated deregulating university fees for domestic undergraduates. The issue is controversial, but for many years fees have been deregulated for international students and domestic postgraduate coursework students. This report looks at how much these students...

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