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Scope

The Economics References Committee examined matters referred to it by the Senate relating to government portfolios including Treasurer, industry, science, technology, industrial relations, tourism and resources.

Chairs

Alan Baird Ferguson

saLIB

Jacinta Mary Ann Collins

vicALP

Shayne Michael Murphy

tasALP

Jacinta Mary Ann Collins

vicALP

Ursula Mary Stephens

nswALP

Sequence

Reports

Date tabledTitleRead report
CSIRO: The Case for Revitalisation-Administration and Funding of Rural ResearchParliamentary paper number 319/1994
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Telecommunications Developments to the Year 2000 and Beyond (Issues Paper)
Issues of Small Business Taxation: An Issues Paper on Improving the Tax Treatment of Small Business
A Question of Balance: The Tax Treatment of Small BusinessParliamentary paper number 136/1995
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Taxation of Financial ArrangementsParliamentary paper number 185/1995
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Connecting You Now...Telecommunications Developments Towards the Year 2000Parliamentary paper number 467/1995
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Eastlink: The Interconnection of NSW and Queensland Electricity Grids with a High Voltage PowerlineParliamentary paper number 13/1996
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References of the 37th Parliament (discontinuance of Inquiry into Taxation Laws Amendment Bill (No. 2) 1995: Impact of Employee Share Acquisition Scheme Legislation on Small Business)
Workplace Relations and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 1996Parliamentary paper number 105/1996
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Outworkers in the Garment IndustryParliamentary paper number 399/1996
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Unauthorised Disclosure of Committee Report
Review of the Inquiry into Outworkers in the Garment IndustryParliamentary paper number 137/1998
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Creating Opportunities: Promoting Australian Industry (presented to the President of the Senate on 22 July 1998)Parliamentary paper number 171/1998
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Interim Report on the Operation of the Australian Taxation Office (presented to the Deputy President of the Senate on 19 August 1998)
References of the 38th Parliament (readoption of the Inquiries into: New Reactor at Lucas Heights; Operation of the Australian Taxation Office and Non-readoption of the Inquiry into: The Need for a Uniform National Retail Tenancy Code)
A New Reactor at Lucas Heights (The reference was re-adopted on 7 December 1998)Parliamentary paper number 182/1999
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Operation of the Australian Taxation OfficeParliamentary paper number 37/2000
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Fair Prices and Better Access for All (Petroleum) Bill 1999 and the Practice of Multi-Site Franchising by Oil Companies (Interim Report)
Fair Prices and Better Access for All (Petroleum) Bill 1999 and the Practice of Multi-site Franchising by Oil CompaniesParliamentary paper number 41/2001
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Mass Marketed Tax Effective Schemes and Investor Protection: Interim ReportParliamentary paper number 119/2001
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Mass Marketed Tax Effective Schemes and Investor Protection - Second Report: A Recommended Resolution and SettlementParliamentary paper number 236/2001
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Mass marketed tax effective schemes and investor protection: Final reportParliamentary paper number 9/2002
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Framework for the market supervision of Australia's stock exchangesParliamentary paper number 10/2002
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A review of public liability and professional indemnity insuranceParliamentary paper number 396/2002
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The effectiveness of the Trade Practices Act 1974 in protecting small businessParliamentary paper number 52/2004

Economics References Committee at a public hearing of its inquiry into the effectiveness of the Trade Practices Act 1974 in protecting small business, 17 October 2003. L-R: Senators Geoff Buckland and Ursula Stephens [Chair], Dr Anthony Marinac [Acting Secretary]. DPS Auspic.

Economics References Committee deputy chair Senator George Brandis [Deputy Chair] (right) questioning witnesses, 17 October 2003. Also L-R: Senators Geoff Buckland and Ursula Stephens [Chair] and Dr Anthony Marinac [Acting Secretary]. DPS Auspic.

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The structure and distributive effects of the Australian taxation systemParliamentary paper number 139/2004
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Consenting adults deficits and household debt: Links between Australia's current account deficit, the demand for imported goods and household debtParliamentary paper number 231/2005
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