Organisation

Tax and Transfer Policy Institute

Acronym
TTPI

Working paper

17 Jan 2018

Using new cross-country survey and experimental data, we investigate if it is possible to increase people’s support for the national government to address inequality through redistribution by providing them with information about inequality and social mobility in their country.

Working paper

1 Nov 2017

This paper considers alternative reforms of corporate taxation that could fund a corporate tax rate cut, while addressing key non-neutralities in the corporate tax system in an international context.

Working paper

1 Oct 2017

Using economy-wide modelling, this paper quantifies the substantial consumer benefits from tax reforms that reduce the corporate tax rate, narrow the base to economic rents, or replace imputation with less generous dividend tax concessions.

Working paper

7 Sep 2017

This paper estimates an Inequality Deflator for the Australian economy, which represents the distributional trade-offs that exist within the current tax and transfer system.

Working paper

1 Sep 2017

This paper asserts that broader analysis of more tax instruments confirms that the relatively larger excess burden of company taxes ultimately falls on households.

Working paper

31 Jul 2017

This paper uses Australian tax return data and techniques from the gender pay gap literature to explore whether men in similar economic circumstances to women claim more deductions on their tax return.

Briefing paper

1 Jul 2017

This brief draws mainly on OECD data from 1980-2014 and on Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) data about social security payments to households.

Working paper

1 Jul 2017

This paper looks at the arguments for and against corporation tax in the context of Australia, which has had for thirty years a dividend imputation system for corporate-shareholder taxation.

Working paper

1 Jul 2017

This paper applies the concept of an Inequality Deflator to evaluate the relative value of capital versus individual income. As the shareholders of businesses are typically higher income earners than the average person (and the typical consumer), money transferred to business owners or shareholders will,...

Working paper

1 Jun 2017

This paper presents the findings of two RCTs that were conducted in collaboration with the ATO.

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