Current working papers
Fabian, M., R. Breunig and J. De Neve (2020), “Bowling with Trump: Economic Anxiety, Racial Identification, and Well-Being in the 2016 Presidential Election”
van Kints, M. and R. Breunig (2020), “Inflation variability across Australian households: Implications for inequality and indexation policy”. Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Working Paper 3/2020.
Sainsbury, T. and R. Breunig (2020), “Covid-19 has exposed the weaknesses in the Australian Tax System: Tax reform will be required for recovery”. Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Working Paper 10/2020.
Sainsbury, T. and R. Breunig (2020), “The Australian Tax Planning Playbook: Volume 1”. Tax and Transfer Policy Institute Working Paper ½020.
Hasan, S. and R. Breunig (2020), “Article length and citation counts”.
Wokker, C., A. Wiskich and R. Breunig (2020), “Resource rents, political rights and civil liberties” . “CAMA Working Paper 16/2020.
Biddle, N., R. Breunig and F. Markham (2019), “Describing the top of the income distribution in Australia (PDF, 553KB)”. Centre for Social Research Methods Working Paper, Number 4/2019.
Agarwal, V., S. Arfin, R. Breunig, S. Weldeegzie and T. Zhang (2017), “Nationalism and economic openness: The cross-country evidence revisited (PDF, 173KB)”. Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) Working Paper 51 / 2017. August, 2017. Submitted to International Journal for Re-Views in Empirical Economics.
Breunig, R., B. Edwards, S. Hasan and B. Hunter (2017), “Natural disasters and financial stress in agricultural areas”
Breunig, R. and M-H. Wong (2008), “An Improved Productivity Decomposition Approach to Understand Firm Dynamics and Aggregate Growth. (PDF,122KB)”