Economic Papers: A journal of applied economics and policy
© 2013 The Economic Society of Australia
Edited By: Harry Clarke
Online ISSN: 1759-3441
Recently Published Issues
Papers from the National Tax Forum
The Federal Government hosted the National Tax Forum on the 4th and 5th of October 2011 at Parliament House in Canberra. Although there was a great deal of skepticism among media commentators in the weeks leading up to the Forum, many participants expressed the view that it was a worthwhile exercise. This selection of papers on the National Tax Forum will provide an initial vehicle that engages the academic community in Australia in the tax reform process.
Workshop on Water
More has been written and spoken about water in the last ten years than almost any other topic in Australian public policy. The seven articles in featured in this issue provide originality, clarity and insight into this fraught debate, a debate often punctuated by disinformation and exaggeration.
Read top articles
Read the top Economic Papers articles online:
The Global Financial Crisis and Its Effects
Some Economics of Mining Taxation
Henry Ergas, Mark Harrison and Jonathan Pincus
The Global Financial Crisis and Behavioural Economics
Ian M. McDonald
The Business Tax Reform Agenda
Flavio M. Menezes
Modelling the Economic Impaces of the Sydney Olympics in Retrospect – Game Over for the Bonanza Story?
James A. Giesecke and John R. Madden
News and announcements
Wiley-Blackwell is proud to support Economic Papers by sponsoring the best paper prize each year. The authors of the winning article receive A$1,000.
Congratulations to the latest winners, Lin Crase, Brian Dollery and Sue O’Keefe for their article Managing Environmental Water: Lessons in Crafting Efficient Governance Arrangements.
You can also read the prize-winning articles from previous years.
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About the journal
Economic Papers provides a forum for the presentation of research and debate in applied economics and economic policy analysis. Contributions are intended to be written in plain English and to be accessible and of interest to a broad range of economists working in business, government and in academic communities. Contributions in the form of articles, short notes or letters to the editor are sought from economists working in these areas. Papers should normally be 3,000 to 5,000 words, while short notes or letters should be less than about 1,000 words. All contributions are refereed.
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