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Narratives matter. Public policy reform proposals are unlikely to be implemented, and even less likely to prove resilient, unless accompanied by a compelling narrative. But compelling narratives can also be dangerous.
In this landmark public lecture, Dr Ken Henry AC says that the narrative...
The Review took a 'root and branch' approach and examined Australian and State government taxes, and interactions with the transfer system in order to make recommendations to position Australia to deal with the demographic, social, economic and environmental challenges that lie ahead.
In this widely reported speech on tax reform, the Treasury head and chair of the Future Tax System Review Panel argues that for tax reform to be successful the community must understand, appreciate and generally support the reasons for change.
He argies that factors...
There is an important trade-off for contemporary policy-makers between workforce participation and the valuable role that parents and carers play in developing the capabilities of our children, the head of Treasury argues in this paper. Poorly designed policies may create perverse incentives that affect their...