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Financial Stress and Social Security Settings in Australia

Financial Stress and Social Security Settings in Australia

Author/editor: Phillips, B & Narayanan, V

Year published: 2021

The Australian social security system spends around $120 billion dollars in cash transfers to Australian households each year. This money provides a safety net for around 5 million Australian’s most of whom have little or no other regular income source due to age, incapacitation, caring...

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Change in vaccine willingness in Australia: August 2020 to January 2021

Change in vaccine willingness in Australia: August 2020 to January 2021

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Edwards, B, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2021

The ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods ANU COVID-19 Impact Monitoring Survey Program asked the same group of respondents about their vaccine intentions in August 2020 and January 2021. The paper provides data on the vaccine willingness in Australia as of January 2021 and how this changed...

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Tracking outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (January 2021) – Cautious optimism

Tracking outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (January 2021) – Cautious optimism

Author/editor: Biddle, N & Gray, M

Year published: 2021

This paper uses data from the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods COVID-19 Impact Monitoring program to examine the wellbeing of the Australian adult population in January 2021 and how this compares to wellbeing prior to COVID-19 and during the first year of the pandemic impacting Australia...

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Public attitudes on vaccine distribution

Public attitudes on vaccine distribution

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Edwards, B, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2020

If and when a safe and effective vaccine that prevents the spread of COVID-19 becomes available, consideration will need to be given to a distribution method not only maximises its effectiveness, but also has support from the general population. The aim of this paper is to summarise the results...

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COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and resistance: Correlates in a nationally representative longitudinal survey of the Australian population

COVID-19 vaccine hesitancy and resistance: Correlates in a nationally representative longitudinal survey of the Australian population

Author/editor: Edwards, B, Biddle, N, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2020

High levels of vaccination coverage in populations will be required even with vaccines have high levels of effectiveness to prevent and stop outbreaks of coronavirus. The World Health Organisation has suggested that governments take a proactive response to vaccine hesitancy hotspots based on social...

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Experience and views on education during the COVID-19 pandemic

Experience and views on education during the COVID-19 pandemic

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Edwards, B, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2020

COVID-19 has resulted in disruptions to schooling for the vast majority of Australian school children. Universities and other post-secondary education providers have also seen widespread shifts to remote learning, and considerable impacts on school funding. While there have undoubtedly been...

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Gambling during the COVID-19 pandemic

Gambling during the COVID-19 pandemic

Author/editor: Biddle, N

Year published: 2020

The aim of this paper is to provide a summary of gambling activity and gambling risk levels during the COVID-19 period, using high quality, national-level longitudinal data. Results presented in the paper show that between April 2019 and May 2020 there was a sharp decline in the number of...

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Changes in paid and unpaid activities during the COVID-19 pandemic: Exploring labour supply and labour demand

Changes in paid and unpaid activities during the COVID-19 pandemic: Exploring labour supply and labour demand

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Gray, M, Jahromi & Marasinghe, D

Year published: 2020

This paper provides an in-depth analysis of the labour market and related outcomes of Australian adults at the time at which COVID-19 physical distancing restrictions are being lifted. Using data collected by the ANU Centre for Social Research and Methods and data collected by the Australian Bureau...

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Tracking outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (November 2020) – Counting the costs of the COVID-recession

Tracking outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic (November 2020) – Counting the costs of the COVID-recession

Author/editor: Biddle, N, Edwards, B, Gray, M & Sollis, K

Year published: 2020

Given the substantial improvement in the Australian economy and easing of restrictions, it is an opportune time to take stock and reflect on the economic and wellbeing costs of the pandemic over the past nine months. Between the 9 th and 23 rd of November, the Social Research Centre on behalf of...

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Research Note: Modelling Coalition Personal Income Tax Policies 2017 to 2029

Research Note: Modelling Coalition Personal Income Tax Policies 2017 to 2029

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

Year published: 2020

The Coalition Government has passed through the Australian Parliament several stages of personal income tax cuts starting from the 2018-19 financial year. This paper models the average household tax rate, fiscal and distributional consequences of these personal income tax policy changes over the...

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