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Chair in Public Finance: Working Paper Series

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Chair in Public Finance: Working Paper Series

 

The Chair in Public Finance is located in the school of School of Accounting and Commercial Law.

The aims of the Chair in Public Finance are to build up expertise in the area of public finance (broadly defined) and to promote research, debate, policy analysis and advice on public finance matters.

For further information about the chair please refer to the Chair in Public Finance website.

Recent Submissions

  • Ball, Christopher; Creedy, John; Scobie, Grant (2015)
    This paper introduces uncertainty into a fiscal projection model which incorporates population ageing along with a number of feedback effects. When fiscal policy responds in order to achieve a target debt ratio, feedback ...
  • Creedy, John; Mok, Penny (2015)
    This paper examines the simulated labour supply responses to the personal tax and transfer policy changes introduced in New Zealand in 2010, and the implications for revenue and income distribution. The main changes examined ...
  • Creedy, John; Scobie, Grant (2015)
    This paper analyses long-term fiscal sustainability with a model which incorporates a number of feedback effects. When fiscal policy responds to ensure long-term sustainability, these feedback effects can potentially modify ...
  • Thomas, Alastair (2015)
    This paper investigates the distributional effects of the GST in New Zealand, and the case for the introduction of reduced rates to address distributional concerns. The analysis is based on a consumption tax micro-simulation ...
  • Ball, Christopher; Creedy, John (2015)
    This paper provides an empirical analysis of annual income and expenditure inequality in New Zealand over a thirty-year period from the early 1980s. The extent of redistribution through the tax and benefit system is also ...

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