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At first, the TPP promises much. It claims to stand for the interests of workers, all businesses, consumers and the poor. It aims to further integrate 12 economies of the Pacific Rim through trade liberalisation, increasing sustainable growth, building opportunities for businesses and consumers, and...
This research for Anglicare Australia focusses on the changes in living standards for a broad range of family types in Australia between 2004 and 2014. The report also projects where these living standards will be by 2024 taking into account the...
This report provides interim modelling results of the distributional modelling which estimates the impact on families from government policy decisions taken since the last Federal election in 2013.
This paper provides the distributional household impact of the main ‘hip‐pocket’ Budget measures...
Held in November 2014, the Inaugural CURF Annual Forum brought over 100 participants representing government, industry, academia and the community from the ACT and the Australian Capital Region to the University of Canberra.
The Forum was officially opened by the ACT Deputy Chief Minister...
Using specialised data from the 2011 Census, this paper presents a new index intended to be representative of youth at risk of social exclusion.
Social exclusion and inclusion has been given a great deal of attention in Australia and throughout the...
Provides an overview of the child care industry in Australia, trends through time, international comparisons and a regional perspective on child care costs and affordability.
The 35th AMP.NATSEM Income and Wealth Report Child Care: Affordability in Australia provides unique research into...
This paper presents an analysis of the impact of tax and benefit changes under the Coalition Government, commissioned by the Opposition.
Following the 2014-15 Budget, NATSEM undertook analysis of the impact of tax and benefit changes under the Coalition Government, commissioned...
This report proposes a range of mitigating strategies for navigating around these barriers and achieving and maintaining a better gender balance across the Australian Public Service.
Describes the techniques used to create the synthetic small area data. It then provides some examples of how the new methods and data are being used for estimation and analysis of income, wealth and other socio-economic characteristics, as well as the spatial distribution of policy...
The average Victorian is not currently enjoying a financially comfortable retirement, according to this presentation. The Westpac/ASFA Retirement Income Index for a retired Victorian to have comfortable living standard a single person needs $631 per week while a couple need $834 per week ($417 each)....