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TRP22-18 Property Tax Reform and Home Ownership

This paper examines the potential increase in home ownership that could arise if the NSW Government replaced stamp duty and the existing land tax with a broad-based property tax levied on unimproved land values. 

Category: Research & Information Topic: Economic and Financial Appraisal Date: 29 July 2022 Status: Current

Economic data briefing: Omicron outbreaks in China - Economic Impacts

China’s COVID case numbers have climbed sharply since March 2022 with the emergence of Omicron and its subvariants. Its continued adherence to a zero-COVID strategy and consequent reimposition of restrictions on mobility and activity have had a significant negative impact on Chinese domestic activity.

Category: Research & Information Topic: Economic Data Briefings Date: 23 June 2022 Status: Current

TRP22-19 Women’s economic opportunities in the NSW labour market and the impact of early childhood education and care

This paper sets out technical research and modelling improvements undertaken by NSW Treasury subsequent to the publication of the 2021-22 NSW Intergenerational Report(IGR) as part of the Women’s Economic Opportunities Review.

Category: Research & Information Topic: Reporting, Intergenerational Report (IGR) Date: 20 June 2022 Status: Current

Economic data briefing: Global Inflation Developments

NSW Treasury research examines the broad trends and common drivers of the acceleration in inflation across key countries and economic regions.

This paper follows a previous NSW Treasury paper on global supply chains.

Category: Research & Information Topic: Economic Data Briefings Date: 24 May 2022 Status: Current

TRP22-13 Holding periods of residential property buyers in NSW

The purpose of this paper is to provide information about how long purchasers hold residential property. The paper estimates probability distributions that indicate the likelihood that a property will be sold in each year of ownership.

Category: Research & Information Topic: Economic and Financial Appraisal Date: 28 April 2022 Status: Current

Economic data briefing: Global supply chains

NSW Treasury undertook research on global and domestic inflation trends that have occurred during COVID-19 and the implications for NSW. This briefing analyses the causes and impacts of the well-publicised issues with global supply chains.

Category: Research & Information Topic: Economic Data Briefings Date: 21 April 2022 Status: Current

The economic costs of transfer duty a literature review

Treasury Technical Research Paper Series

Category: Research & Information Topic: Financial Management Date: 11 June 2021

TTRP21-07 The sensitivity of the NSW economic and fiscal outlook to global coal demand and the broader energy transition for the 2021 NSW Intergenerational Report

Coal mining is a major industry in New South Wales and a significant revenue source for the NSW Government. Most coal produced in New South Wales is exported and therefore the future of the industry is largely dependent on global demand.

In 2020, New South Wales’ three top thermal coal export markets – Japan, South Korea and China – all announced their intention to achieve net zero emissions by the middle of the century. Consequently, global demand and thus coal production is now projected to be significantly weaker than the long-term estimates presented in the 2016 NSW Intergenerational Report (IGR).

Category: Research & Information Topic: Financial Management, Intergenerational Report (IGR) Date: 26 May 2021 Status: Current

TTRP21-06 Secular Stagnation, the Long-Term Real Bond Rate Outlook and Policy Issues for NSW and Australia

This paper is offered as part of a series of technical research papers that unpack the key drivers of long-term economic growth and the fiscal outlook in the lead up to the 2021 NSW Intergenerational Report (IGR).

Category: Research & Information Topic: Financial Management, Intergenerational Report (IGR) Date: 26 May 2021 Status: Current

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