STINMOD+ is an advanced tax microsimulation model that can be used to evaluate the distributional and fiscal impact of tax and transfer policies. The model covers all major taxation and welfare schemes in Australia, and has a consistent and up-to-date policy database from 2001 onwards, including comprehensive income and asset testing.
The model is often used to analyse the impact of federal budget (See our Australian federal budget analysis) and can produce detailed policy impact analysis by household income quintile, region and family types. STINMOD+ can be potentially integrated with other software, including but not limited to a web interface, SAS, Stata, and R.
The workshop will start with a short presentation on the main NATSEM models with a focus on the latest developments and their application in public policy analysis. The presentation discusses the advance in its microsimulation architecture around STINMOD+ and shows examples of how multiple microsimu...
NATSEM is invited to provide evidence to the inquiry into the Treasury Laws Amendment (Personal Income Tax Plan) Bill 2018
The hearing will be broadcast on the committee's website: http://www.aph.gov.au/News_and_Events/Watch_Parliament