Work incentives, Income Distribution and the Labour Market: recent examples of policy input using a static microsimulation model

Rachel Lloyd

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    Abstract

    STINMOD is NATSEM's static microsimulation model of Australia's tax and transfer
    system. In the 10 years since it was first developed, STINMOD has been used as a
    tool providing input to Australian policy development and for research into the tax
    and transfer system. This paper gives an overview of STINMOD and recent
    enhancements made to its structure. It also discusses recent examples of the use of
    STINMOD in policy advising and research, including costing a paid maternity leave
    scheme, providing input to the national wage cases, and analysing the distribution of
    effective marginal tax rates for the working population.
    Original languageEnglish
    Number of pages28
    Publication statusPublished - 2003
    Event7th Nordic Seminar on Microsimulation Models - Helsinki, Finland
    Duration: 12 Jun 200313 Jun 2003

    Conference

    Conference7th Nordic Seminar on Microsimulation Models
    CountryFinland
    CityHelsinki
    Period12/06/0313/06/03

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    Lloyd, R. (2003). Work incentives, Income Distribution and the Labour Market: recent examples of policy input using a static microsimulation model. Paper presented at 7th Nordic Seminar on Microsimulation Models, Helsinki, Finland.
    Lloyd, Rachel. / Work incentives, Income Distribution and the Labour Market: recent examples of policy input using a static microsimulation model. Paper presented at 7th Nordic Seminar on Microsimulation Models, Helsinki, Finland.28 p.
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