• Annual NATSEM Lecture - Tim Costello: "Measuring the Progress of a Nation beyond the Economic"

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  • Professor Laurie Brown wins UC Researcher of the Year (social sciences) at the Vice Chancellor's Awards.

    NATSEM Professor wins UC Researcher of the Year (social sciences)
  • Welcome to the National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling at the University of Canberra.

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Featured Research Publications

Preview of file download for 'Disadvantage in the Australian Capital Territory'

Publication Date : February, 2015 | Publication Type : Journal Article

Disadvantage in the Australian Capital Territory

Robert Tanton, Yogi Vidyattama and Itismita Mohanty

“Policy Studies”

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Preview of file download for 'Foreign Participation and Competition: Evidence from Indonesian Banking'

Publication Date : February, 2015 | Publication Type : Journal Article

Foreign Participation and Competition: Evidence from Indonesian Banking

Tri Mulyaningsih, Anne Daly and Riyana Miranti

“Journal of Financial Stability”

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News and Alerts

SAS-NATSEM Household Budget Report, December 2014

The SAS-NATSEM Household Budget Report is an interactive web-based tool providing national measures of cost of living and standard of living for Australian households. The report broadens the cost of living debate by the inclusion of household incomes into a standard of living index. This quarterly report provides insights into the movement of the cost of living, incomes and the related standard of living for a range of different household types, including income levels, main source of income, renters, mortgagors, family type and states.

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NATSEM HELP Repayment Scenario Modelling

The following provides the detailed results of a scenario-based analysis of the repayment schedules for a deregulated higher education market in Australia for a number of common degrees in Australia by gender. NATSEM compares the expected repayments under the existing policy and compares that to a deregulated system under a range of scenarios for price increases. The modelling uses Census data for expected future income streams for different occupations, gender and age groups. NATSEM assumes a 5 per cent bond rate for the repayment under the proposed new policy announced in the 2014-15 budget.

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