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New approaches to tax and welfare in Australia and Korea

Crawford School of Public Policy | Tax and Transfer Policy Institute
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Event details

Workshop

Date & time

Friday 07 September 2018 to Saturday 08 September 2018
9.00am–5.00pm

Venue

Conference room, University of Seoul, South Korea

Speaker

Professor Choi Wonseok, Professor Kang Byung-Goo, Professor Robert Breunig, Professor Kawabata Yasuyuki, Professor Xiong Wei, Professor John Taylor, Mr Andrew Mills, Dr Jang Jaehyung, Professor Chloe Burnett, Professor Celeste Black, Professor Michael Dirkis, Professor Byun Hyejung, Dr Kim Pil-Hyun, Professor Jun Byung Wook, Professor Peter Whiteford, Professor Lee SeongGyu, Professor Ben Phillips, Professor Cukkoo Joseph, Dr Jeon Byungmok

Contacts

Diane Paul
02 61259318

A summary of the two day workshop in Seoul, South Korea on the 7-8 September 2018 is available here.

A two day by-invite only workshop on new research and policy approaches to common challenges. Funded by the Australia-Korea Foundation with partners: Australian National University, Tax and Transfer Policy Institute and Korea Institute; University of Seoul, Department of Tax and Public Finance; Korea Institute of Public Finance.

The ANU Tax and Transfer Policy Institute, and the University of Seoul Department of Tax and Public Finance, are partnering in this project to build a collaborative network of academic experts, government and civil society groups for reciprocal study of tax and welfare policy in Australia and Korea. This is the second of two workshops and public seminars, the first was held in 2017 (Canberra). The workshops both present, discuss and engage on new approaches to tax and welfare policy to address shared public finance challenges in Australia and the Republic of Korea.

The program is available here.

This event is supported by the Australia-Korea Foundation.

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