Australian Economy

Labor’s ‘Tax Cuts For The Teals’ Gift Coalition Golden Opportunity To Win Over Small Businesses, Families With A Comprehensive Reform Agenda
7 February 2024

Labor’s ‘Tax Cuts For The Teals’ Gift Coalition Golden Opportunity To Win Over Small Businesses, Families With A Comprehensive Reform Agenda

In this article, Daniel Wild contextualises and disseminates the IPA’s research into Australia’s present cost of living crisis. The Opposition must strike now to win over the millions of Labor voters who are now open to voting Liberal in the wake of the Voice referendum, writes Daniel Wild. With federal parliament returning this week, many have rightly pointed out the
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Daniel Wild Discussing Stage Three Tax Cuts On Mornings ABC Adelaide – 16 January 2024
16 January 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing Stage Three Tax Cuts On Mornings ABC Adelaide – 16 January 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild joined David Bevan on ABC Adelaide Mornings to discuss IPA research to discuss the stage three tax cuts and why they are necessary to help alleviate Australians’ cost of living pressures. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript
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Australia’s Economic Competitiveness Plummets
13 November 2023

Australia’s Economic Competitiveness Plummets

“The sharp decline of Australia’s economic competitiveness on almost every economic measure is alarming, and underscores the precarious state of the national economy, which faces increasing inflation and debt challenges,” said Dr Kevin You, Senior Fellow at the Institute of Public Affairs. Today, the IPA released the first long-run analysis of benchmark indicators of competitiveness, as assessed by the International
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ACTU’s Campaign For ‘Secure’ Work Is Misguided
1 May 2022

ACTU’s Campaign For ‘Secure’ Work Is Misguided

The Australian Council of Trade Unions’ (ACTU) drive against flexible working arrangements is set to continue throughout the election campaign, with the release of its latest report: “Missing in Action on Secure Jobs.” Central to the report is the estimate that up to 4.15 million workers all around the country are currently in insecure work, making up 31 percent of
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