Published on 05 Aug 09
by NATIONAL DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This paper covers:
the context of tax reform
implications for tax architecture
implied vision for Australia
international trends and advances in theory and evidence
is there a future for State and Territory taxes?
State and Territory tax bases and federal finances
alternative State and Territory revenues
other issues in State and Territory tax reform.
Greg is an Adjunct Professor at the Australian Catholic
University and a Senior Fellow at the Melbourne Law School. He is
also a member of the Commonwealth Grants Commission, CEDA
Council on Economic Policy, and the Government's Specialist
Reference Group on the Taxation of Multinational Enterprises in
Australia. He was formerly a head of the Federal Treasury Revenue
and Budget Groups, and a member of the 'Henry' Future Tax
System Review panel. Greg has recently been appointed Chair of
the Grants Commission.
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