Company tax, investment and revenue

by Jim Minifie and Cameron Chisholm

Australian business investment remains subdued. And while a company tax cut would increase investment, alternatives to a tax cut may have less budget impact, suggest Productivity Growth Director Jim Minifie and Fellow Cameron Chisolm in a presentation at the Melbourne Economic Forum on 11 April 2017.

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