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Big Australia, small Australia, diverse Australia: Australia’s views on population

Big Australia, small Australia, diverse Australia: Australia’s views on population

Author/editor: Biddle, N.

Year published: 2019

Alongside their level of economic development, countries are often defined by their population size. Australia, with a population of around 25 million, was the 54th largest country by population in 2018 and around the upper-middle part of the distribution of countries. 1 Countries grow through a...

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Public attitudes towards Data Governance in Australia

Public attitudes towards Data Governance in Australia

Author/editor: N Biddle, B Edwards, M Gray, & S McEachern

Year published: 2019

Never before has more data been held about us by government or companies that we interact with and never before has this data been so used, or so useful for analytical purposes. In order to maintain a social licence for this data to be used for research and policy purposes, it is important to...

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Research Note: Living Standards and Cost of Living Indexes

Author/editor: Phillips, B

Year published: 2019

There is significant academic, policy and media interest in living standards and how they are changing. Australia does not have a measure of living standards with a specific focus on households and this index remedies this. The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods has developed a new living...

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Job security & the future of work: Australian workers’ views

Job security & the future of work: Australian workers’ views

Author/editor: Sheppard, J, Biddle, N, Gray, M et al

Year published: 2018

Data collected for the Australian National University (ANU) annual ANUpoll series shows Australians are comfortable with their job security, however they are less optimistic about finding a different job for the same or better wage. ANUpoll data shows about 88 per cent of Australians think it is '...

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Modelling of the 2018-19 Federal Budget Personal Income Tax Measures

Author/editor: Phillips, B, Webster, R, & Gray, M

Year published: 2018

The Federal Budget for 2018-19 contains a number of changes to the personal income taxation system for Australia. The changes are in two stages. The first stage consists of modest tax cuts provided in 2018-19 that are directed towards low and middle income earners. The second stage are more...

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Research Note: Comparison of the Coalition 2018-19 Federal Budget Income Tax Measures and the Labor Proposal

Author/editor: Phillips, B; Webster, R; Gray, M

Year published: 2018

The research note has been produced to compare the impacts of the personal income tax measures contained in the 2018-19 Federal Budget with the impacts of the Australian Labor Party (ALP) opposition proposal as outlined by the Hon.Bill Shorten MP. in his Budget Reply speech. The research note...

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Research Note: Living Standards and Cost of Living Indexes for Australian Households

Author/editor: Phillips, B

Year published: 2018

This is a short note on the methodology employed by CSRM to calculate a quarterly living standards index and cost of living index for Australia. In this research, the author considers standard of living from an income based financial perspective. This measure compares income growth for Australian...

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Research Note: Modelling a Basic Income for Australia – simple example of a universal pension funded by increased personal income taxation

Author/editor: Phillips, B

Year published: 2018

This is a short note on the methodology and results of one very simple basic income proposal. This represents only one of many possible forms for a basic income for Australia. There are also many other ways of funding such a basic income such as wealth taxes or the GST. A basic income as presented...

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"You are not born being racist, are you?” Discussing racism with primary-aged children

Author/editor: Priest, N, Walton, J, White, F, Kowal, E, Fox, B. & Paradies, Y.

Year published: 2017

Ethnic-racial socialisation is broadly described as processes by which both minority and majority children and young people learn about and negotiate racial, ethnic and cultural diversity. This article extends the existing ethnic-racial socialisation literature in three significant ways: (1) it...

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A baseline model of deterrence

Author/editor: Manning, M.

Year published: 2017

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