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Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research WIN News Orange – 8 April 2024
8 April 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research WIN News Orange – 8 April 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild was on WIN News Orange to discuss the IPA’s research into Australia’s rapidly growing dependency on welfare. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Lincoln Humphries: Experts raising the alarm about the rising amount of
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Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research Sky News Australia – 8 April 2024
8 April 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research Sky News Australia – 8 April 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild on the Bolt Report to the discuss IPA’s research into Australia’s rapidly growing dependency on welfare. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Andrew Bolt: Before I get to the news of the day, honestly,
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Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research 2GB Mornings – 8 April 2024
8 April 2024

Daniel Wild Discussing IPA Welfare Research 2GB Mornings – 8 April 2024

The Institute of Public Affairs’ Daniel Wild joined Luke Grant on 2GB Mornings to discuss IPA’s research into Australia’s rapidly growing dependency on welfare. All media posted onto the IPA website are directly related to the promotion and dissemination of IPA research. Below is a transcript of the interview. Luke Grant: As I mentioned just a moment or two ago,
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Growing Welfare Dependency Requires Honest Debate And Urgent Action
8 April 2024

Growing Welfare Dependency Requires Honest Debate And Urgent Action

“The rapid growth of welfare dependency, often concentrated in certain geographic sections of the community post-Covid, is an urgent wake-up call for our political leaders that the Australian culture of hard work is at risk,” said Daniel Wild, Deputy Executive Director of the Institute of Public Affairs Today, the IPA released new research which analyses the growth in the proportion
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The Growth And Distribution Of Welfare In Australia
8 April 2024

The Growth And Distribution Of Welfare In Australia

Table 1: Percentage of total population on welfare—including NDIS, DSP, Jobseeker, or Youth Allowance (does not include age pension)
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Let Pensioners And Veterans Shore Up Our Worker Shortage
22 August 2022

Let Pensioners And Veterans Shore Up Our Worker Shortage

The upcoming Jobs and Skills Summit in Australia, to be held on Sept. 1 to 2, must bring immediate reform to address worker shortages crippling Australian businesses. Australia is in the midst of a worker shortage crisis, with almost 500,000 job vacancies across the country. This is holding businesses back as they try to recover from the past two and
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A Universal Basic Income Would Create A Permanent Underclass
5 April 2018

A Universal Basic Income Would Create A Permanent Underclass

Greens leader Richard Di Natale told the National Press Club yesterday that, because of the changing nature of work, Australia should introduce a universal basic income. His proposal would be costly, unnecessary and would create a permanent underclass. A UBI is a liveable, unconditional payment to all citizens. Theoretically, a UBI could be almost cost neutral if it replaced all welfare,
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Five Reasons Labor’s Superannuation Changes Would Damage Australia
26 March 2018

Five Reasons Labor’s Superannuation Changes Would Damage Australia

In a speech to the Chifley Institute last week, Opposition Leader Bill Shorten announced that the Labor Party would introduce further changes to Australia’s compulsory superannuation system.1 The key change is to abolish cash refunds for so-called excess dividend imputation credits. This means any superannuant whose tax liability is negative following the franking of dividend payments from companies would no
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Labor’s Superannuation Changes Would Damage Australia
26 March 2018

Labor’s Superannuation Changes Would Damage Australia

Free Market think tank the Institute of Public Affairs has today sent a Parliamentary Research Brief ‘Five Reasons Labor’s Superannuation Changes Would Damage Australia’ to all Federal Parliamentarians. IPA research fellow Daniel Wild said, “All 15 million prospective superannuants, or those who manage their funds, would need to re-assess their investment strategies as a result of Labor’s proposed Super tax
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Australia’s Silent Crisis In Male Employment
19 August 2017

Australia’s Silent Crisis In Male Employment

Australia is experiencing a mass exodus of working-age men from the labour force, according to a landmark report released today by the Institute of Public Affairs. The report The Disappearing Australian Working Man by Institute of Public Affairs Research Fellow Gideon Rozner, argues that the official unemployment rate has become a misleading measure of joblessness, as it only measures those
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