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The conduct of fiscal policy as part of overall macroeconomic management is essential to underpinning growth and stability in the Australian economy.
The sustainability of fiscal settings and the efficiency of individual budget measures help to support consumer and investor confidence, to ensure governments...
The 2012-13 Budget is historic for two reasons.
First: It details a fiscal contraction of around 3.1 per cent of GDP or $46 billion. That is the Commonwealth underlying cash budget moves from a forecast deficit of $44 billion in 2011-12 to a surplus...
This briefing suggests a framework to assist the new Government's deliberations on the most appropriate settings for budget policy, given the current precarious stance of macroeconomic policy in Australia. For the first time in a decade fiscal policy settings underpinning the 2008-09 Budget should take...
In the right circumstances, superannuation funds could provide capital for growth to SME’s and business more generally, complementing more traditional capital sources such as banks, according to this discussion paper.
This discussion paper endeavors to identify the underlying causes of housing affordability issues, and to consider some useful policy responses in the current and historical context.
This discussion paper highlights some of the challenges facing Australia’s energy network and makes the case for industry super fund intervention.