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The mining industry likes to consider itself special.
Tax laws that apply to other industries don’t apply to miners, as the controversy around Glencore’s tax bill shows.
Planning laws get changed when miners don’t like them, as the NSW government showed with Rio...
Overview: How can Australia maintain and strengthen a resilient tax system that can navigate a course through the choppy seas of politics, taxpayer acceptance and economic good sense? And what would a resilient tax system look like?
In this special lunchbox debate –...
Research from the Australia institute has calculated the impact of the recent Fair Work Commission decision to cut penalty rates on the Commonwealth Budget.
The paper from Richard Denniss, Chief Economist at The Australia Institute, found reduced income tax collection from...
This paper provides a brief overview of the size, growth and prospects for the Australian solar industry and argues that as the number of solar panels installed continues to rise, the cost of installation and maintenance will continue to fall.
At present burning woodchips or other native forest biomass, is not a certified form of renewable energy under the Renewable Emergy Target. Electricity generated from burning native forest biomass is not eligible for RECs. The Australian Forest Products Association is seeking to have the regulation...
In light of the 2015 Budget, Richard Denniss dissects the Coalition's economic management.
"A year ago, the Coalition government said we were “living beyond our means” and faced a “budget emergency” that, if not addressed, would lead us “into the eye of an economic...