Advanced STINMOD+ Online Models

NATSEM also offers a number of advanced STINMOD+ Online models tailored for advanced analyses.

You may need an account to access the advanced models. To apply for the model access, please register an account and contact us for more information.

STINMOD+ Online Family Model

The STINMOD+ Online Family Model is the complete version of the STINMOD+ Online, which allows the user to modify more detailed parameters such as the tax deduction, mixed pre- and post- tax superannuation contribution etc.

The user instruction of the model is available here and the model can be accessed here.

Policy Reform Model

The Policy Reform Model allows you to design and modify the entire Australian tax and transfer system, and estimate the impact of your proposal for the entire population and hypothetical households. Users also have the ability to select a range of the population datasets calibrated for STINMOD+ use.

The user instruction of the model is available here and the model can be accessed here.

Spatial Impact Model

The Spatial Impact Model estimates the impact of the policy change at spatial level in Australia. It supports the Australian Statistical Geography Standard (ASGS) boundaries such as SA2, SA3, and LGA.

The user instruction of the model is available here and the model can be accessed here.

Effective Marginal Tax Rate (EMTR) Analysis Model

The Effective Marginal Tax Rate (EMTR) Analysis Model allows you to estimate the EMTR of any hypothetical household under the proposed and current policies. It also includes a comprehensive policy modelling option which allows the user to redesign tax and transfer system.

The user instruction of the model is available here and the model can be accessed here.

Labour Market Behavioural Response Model

The Labour Market Behavioural Response Model allows the user to estimate the likely labour supply behavioural response of the reform on the general population and any hypothetical household.

The model can be accessed here.

Dynamic Model

The Dynamic Model simulates the changes over time and assists the understanding on how demographic evolution interacts with the policy change.

The model can be accessed here.