Academics from the UNSW Business School are available to give analysis of the 2016 Federal Budget.
Additionally, experts will give their independent analysis in a roundtable with their reaction to key budget measures. This will be live streamed and also available as a podcast to download. Journalists may use any part of the session for quotes, or attend.
Listen live: 12.30pm Wednesday 4th May 2016
Associate Professor Dale Boccabella
Expert areas: Can discuss taxation of trusts, fringe benefits, capital gains and corporate tax.
Contact: 02 9385 3365 | 02 9874 2539 | email@example.com
Senior Lecturer Gordon Mackenzie
Expert areas: Taxation of Superannuation, self-managed super funds.
Contact: 02 9385 9521 | 0423 477294 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Neil Warren
Expert areas: Neil can provide a full assessment of the taxation implications for various sectors, public sector economics with a special focus on taxation policy and distributional issues.
Contact: 02 9385 9542 | email@example.com
Associate Professor Fiona Martin
Expert areas: Tax transparency of multi-national corporations, GST, charities, not-for-profits, and indigenous Australians.
Contact: 02 9385 9558 | 0432 065787 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor John Taylor
Expert areas: International/Cross Border taxation, Corporate Tax, property taxes including Capital Gains Tax and Negative Gearing.
Contact: 02 9385 3292 | 0425 368865 | email@example.com
Lecturer Rob Nicholls
Expert areas: Superannuation, International Relations, regulations and governance
Contact: 0412 646477 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor James Morley
Expert areas: Macroeconomics, finance, interest rates, unemployment.
Contact: 02 9385 3366 | 0406 842 550 | email@example.com
Professor Richard Holden
Expert areas: Macroeconomic impacts, business, and employment.
Contact: 02 9385 4700 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor Hazel Bateman
Expert areas: Pensions, asset tests, any aspect of superannuation.
Contact: 02 9385 3096 | 0419 290402 | email@example.com
Professor Michael Sherris
Expert areas: Superannuation and taxation. Impact of the Budget on pensions.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org (NB: Michael is on leave, but contactable via email)
Professor, Admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales Federal Court and High Court of Australia.
School of Taxation & Business Law
Professor,Chief Investigator and Deputy Director - ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research, Director of Academic Strategy – UNSW Business School
School of Risk & Actuarial