Published on 19 Feb 14
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- why tax reform?
- areas for major tax reform
- general tax reform strategy (Henry Review)
- income taxation: Now and likely future
- taxation of capital income: Current for residents
- conflicting views about tax system for capital income
- general expenditure taxes
- taxation of assets and wealth.
Professor John Freebairn holds
the Ritchie chair in economics at the
University of Melbourne. He has degrees
from the University of New England and
the University of California, Davis. Prior
to joining the University of Melbourne
in 1996, his preceding career includes
university appointments at the ANU,
LaTrobe and Monash, and periods with
the NSW Department of Agriculture
and the Business Council of Australia.
Professor Freebairn is an applied
microeconomist and economic policy
analyst with current interests in taxation
reform and environmental economics.
- Current at
01 November 2018