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Business School News | 23rd Mar 2017
Housing investment

How far should reform of the CGT deduction on housing investment go?

A leading forum of Australian academic economists have given a mixed report card on whether the federal government should reform the 50% deduction on capital gains tax deduction on property investment, to tackle rising house prices and an over-stimulated property market.

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Business School News | 28th Feb 2017
Construction site workers

Identity check needed to stamp out fraudulent phoenix activities: research

A three-year joint research project recommends new company directors should undergo a 100 point identity check to stamp out fraudulent company phoenix activity.

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Business School News | 17th Feb 2017
2016-2017 Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey Launched

2016-2017 Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey Launched

Monash Business School, the University of Cambridge and Tsinghua University have launched the 2016-2017 Asia Pacific Alternative Finance Benchmarking Survey with the support of major industry associations across the region.

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Business School News | 24th Jan 2017
Informal settlement in Jakarta, Indonesia

Monash Business School to participate in global slum revitalisation project

Monash Business School’s Associate Professor David Johnston will lead part of a large multidisciplinary research project that will potentially improve the lives of more than a billion people living in slums worldwide.

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Business School News | 9th Jan 2017
Economics forum

Changing public policy discussion one poll at a time

Attention-grabbing sound bites may appear to dominate election issues across the globe. However, a move to poll top economists on public policy issues is working to kick-start informed discussion.

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20th Dec 2016
Reserve Bank of Australia

Professor appointed to government board

The Turnbull government has issued a media statement announcing the appointment of Professor Deborah Ralston as a part-time member of the Payments System Board (PSB) for a term of five years.

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