Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Resource Tax: 22 leading economists speak out

"Although it is appropriate to debate modifications to the design of the proposed Resource Super Profits Tax, the current public criticism of the proposed tax has been dominated by misinformation"

Signatories include Fred Argy, former director of the Economic Planning Advisory Council, Allan Fels, Dean of the Australia and NZ School of Government and former head of the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, Deborah Cobb-Clark, Director of the Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research and fifteen professors of economics from leading Australian universities, including the the Australian National University, Melbourne University, the University of Queensland and the University of Western Australia.

Economists Statement


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1 comments:

carbonsink said...

Shanahan says Rudd will cave on RSPT

I'm surprised he held out this long considering its an election year.

Gutless wonder.

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