Taxes, transfers, the Budget and the election

Date 12:00 PM 02 June 2016 - 13:00 PM 02 June 2016
Location 67 Brunswick Street, Fitzroy in Father Tucker's Room

This presentation focuses on key tax and transfer measures in the recent Budget, the election proposals of the Government and Opposition, and issues of fairness, fiscal sustainability and the agenda of ‘jobs and growth’.

Presenter: Professor Miranda Stewart

Research & Policy Centre Lunchtime Seminar


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All are welcome to attend this seminar and there is no cost involved.

Professor Miranda Stewart is the Director of the Tax and Transfer Policy Institute at Crawford School, Australian National University in Canberra. Professor Stewart is an international expert on tax law and policy, with more than 20 years’ experience working at the leading edge of policy research, design and development. She joined ANU from the University of Melbourne, where she was a Director of Tax Studies for many years. She has previously worked at New York University School of Law in the United States, in major Australian law firms advising business on tax law, and at the Australian Taxation Office advising on business tax law and policy and has consulted for government on various tax and transfer policy issues.

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