Budget

Alternate Term Label:
Budget analysis
Government budget
Public budgeting
Report collection

Gender lens on the Budget 2020-21

This collection of position papers have been developed by NFAW’s Social Policy Committee, to summarise 2020-2021 Budget measures of importance to women in Australia.
Article

The budget has more money for school programs for Indigenous boys than girls

This article investigates why Indigenous boys’ programs receiving significantly higher funding than programs for Indigenous girls.
Briefing paper

2020-21 Federal Budget: what it means for refugees and people seeking humanitarian protection

A coalition of refugee organisations has condemned the Australian government’s decision to slash support to people seeking asylum in the 2020-21 Budget. This decision, they say, puts over 100 000 people, including around 16 000 children, at further risk of homelessness and destitution.
Guide

Federal debt policy in an era of low interest rates: a guide to the issues

Economists and others have worried about the long-run outlook for the federal debt for decades, recognising that the ageing of the baby boom generation would lead to budgetary pressures associated with increased spending. Set in the American context, this guide covers many issues that currently...
Briefing paper

Not for publication: declining transparency in the federal budget

Budgets are a key part of Australia’s democratic system, with budget papers giving the public a valuable opportunity to see how much money is spent and on what. In this paper, Rod Campbell argues that while there may be circumstances where non-publication of budget information...
Policy report

How does the budget affect us? Independent modelling of Federal Budget 2020-21

NATSEM undertakes independent and impartial research that contributes to policy design and analysis. Their work includes models that show how policy scenarios shape tax and welfare payments. This report is based on the STINMOD+ tax and transfer microsimulation model, which is used to estimate the...
Strategy

Budget 2020–21

The Commonwealth Budget 2020–21 was introduced to the Australian Parliament by Federal Treasurer, Josh Frydenberg, on 6 October 2020.
Discussion paper

Tax cuts or spending: what is the most effective stimulus?

The ultimate way to measure the success of any government-backed stimulus project is by how much additional employment it creates. This paper estimates the additional employment that bringing forward stage 2 of the proposed income tax cuts might create.
Survey

Per Capita tax survey 2020

The tenth annual Per Capita tax survey provides an unparalleled insight into the views held by Australians of all ages, from across the country, about the role of tax and public services in our national life. It provides valuable insights to policy makers for the...
Journal article

Optimization of green building design processes: case studies within the European union

Two case studies in Italy and two case studies in Spain are analyzed, and the effects of the project management issues are evaluated under three different points of view: Time, cost, and level of sustainability of the building. A poorly planned process for the achievement...