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In this paper presented to the Health Outcomes 2003 Conference, the authors examine whether the average cost of treating patients changes in line with variations in their socioeconomic status. Given concerns about ever increasing government health spending and the distributional impact of such spending, this...
On Tuesday 8 May 2018, the Australian government unveiled its budget proposal and associated vision for policy priorities. NATSEM independently modelled some selected budget measures, including the multi-step tax reform, reverted medicare levy increase and more. This brochure briefly reports some of the findings.
This NATSEM analysis finds that given the wide range of tax changes and the energy payment, nearly 85% of Australian families will be affected by at least one measure of the tax and transfer policy changes, and nearly 90% of the population.
The SAS-NATSEM Household Budget Report shows Australia’s living standards continued to increase during the quarter to end-March 2015, although at a slower rate than in the previous quarter. Household incomes grew slightly while the cost of living was flat.