Company tax cuts: $39.5 billion for big banks
New analysis by The Australia Institute’s Revenue Watch initiative shows the company tax cut would represent a $39.5 billion gift to the big four banks over the first decade of the cut.
Revenue Summit to change focus of tax debate
With the company tax debate in full flight, The Australia Institute will be hosting a special Revenue Summit, Wednesday 17th October 2018.
Inquiry into trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn
The Australia Institute made a submission to the Joint Committee on Law Enforcement inquiry into trade in elephant ivory and rhino horn. The proposal to ban domestic trade in ivory and rhino horn would likely bring relatively large benefits and small costs.
The price of uncertainty Economic modelling and the National Energy Guarantee
The Turnbull Government has argued that the passage of its National Energy Guarantee (NEG) will deliver significant price reductions to consumers, with much of the claimed price benefit coming from the ‘greater certainty’ it claims investors will have were the NEG to be agreed upon by state gover
Government support of new coal-fired power stations would undermine price benefits of NEG: new report
The Australia Institute has released new analysis by Chief Economist Dr.
Current NEG ‘investment cliff’ for renewables
The Australia Institute’s Climate & Energy Program has released the latest National Energy Emissions Audit electricity update (The Audit*) for July 2018.
National Energy Emissions Audit - August electricity update
Welcome to the August 2018 issue of the National Energy Emissions Audit Electricity Update, with data updated to the end of July 2018. This Electricity Update is the companion publication to the quarterly National Energy Emissions Audit Report, the next issue which