Applied Economics Publications 2017

Selecting a social discount rate for Australia”,
Peter Abelson and Tim Dalton, Australian Economic Review (forthcoming).

The Wider Economic Benefits of Transport Infrastructure: A Review,
Applied Economics.

An Analysis of Value Capture Instruments”,
Peter Abelson, Workshop on “Federal Relations and Tax Reform”. University of Adelaide, August, 2017.

Rebalancing Monetary and Fiscal Policies”, Peter Abelson and Tim Dalton, Economics Society of Australia, Annual Conference, Sydney, 2017.

The Potential Impact of a Removal of Accountants from the Australian Government’s Medium to Long Term Skilled Occupation List,
Applied Economics, Prepared for CPA Australia. *

Solving the House Price Problem in 10 Minutes! With Special Reference to the Role of the Three Levels of Government’,
Peter Abelson, Presentation to Local Government NSW Association, Parliament House, May 2017.

The Social Sciences Shape the Nation (Ed.), Glenn Withers, Canberra: Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia, 2017.
http://www.assa.edu.au/publication/the-social-sciences-shape-the-nation/

“Inclusive Growth: Hybrid policies into the future”
Glenn Withers in R.Breunig and M.Fabian (eds), Hybrid Public Policy Innovations: Contemporary Policy Beyond Ideology, London: Routledge (in press).

Medi-mess: rational federalism and patient cost-sharing for public hospital sustainability in Australia,
David Gadiel and J. Sammut, Centre for Independent Studies, Research Report, RR30.
https://www.cis.org.au/app/uploads/2017/07/rr30.pdf