Adam Stebbing
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Universal welfare by ‘other means’? Social tax expenditures and the Australian dual welfare state
A Stebbing, B Spies-Butcher
Journal of Social Policy 39 (4), 585-606, 2010
Wage‐Earners' Welfare after Economic Reform: Refurbishing, Retrenching or Hollowing Out Social Protection in A ustralia and N ew Z ealand?
S Wilson, B Spies‐Butcher, A Stebbing, S St John
Social Policy & Administration 47 (6), 623-646, 2013
The decline of a homeowning society? Asset-based welfare, retirement and intergenerational equity in Australia
A Stebbing, B Spies-Butcher
Housing Studies 31 (2), 190-207, 2016
Population ageing and tax reform in a dual welfare state
B Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
The Economic and Labour Relations Review 22 (3), 45-64, 2011
Targets and taxes: Explaining the welfare orientations of the Australian public
S Wilson, B Spies‐Butcher, A Stebbing
Social Policy & Administration 43 (5), 508-525, 2009
Climate change and the welfare state? Exploring Australian attitudes to climate and social policy
B Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
Journal of Sociology 52 (4), 741-758, 2016
Reforming Australia's Hidden Welfare State: Tax Expenditures as Welfare for the Rich
B Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
Centre for Policy Development, 2009
Measuring consumer outcomes: development and testing of the Australian Community Care Outcomes Measure
B Cardona, M Fine, A Stebbing, C Duncan, P Samsa, K Eagar
Australasian Journal on Ageing 36 (1), 69-71, 2017
Without house or home? Understanding homelessness as dwelling
A Stebbing
Reimagining Home in the 21st Century, 2017
The devil's in the detail: the hidden costs of private retirement incomes policy
A Stebbing
Sydney University Press, 2015
Mobilising alternative futures: generational accounting and the fiscal politics of ageing in Australia
B Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
Ageing & Society 39 (7), 1409-1435, 2019
Beyond the targeted welfare state? How recent developments in tax expenditures are transforming Australian welfare. Paper presented to the conference on A Future for the …
B Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
Continuity and Change from Howard to Rudd, Macquarie University, Sydney 25, 2008
Housing, tax and neoliberalism: Growing inequality in Australia
A Stebbing, B Spies-Butcher
Melbourne: Monash University, 2013
The politics of the new welfare state: social tax expenditures and the second tier of Australian welfare
A Stebbing
Macquarie University, Faculty of Arts, Department of Sociology, 2011
A War on the middle class? Middle class welfare and the 2011–12 Budget
A Stebbing
University of Sydney, 2011
Ageing Well at Home: Measuring the Impact of Community Care for Older People
B Cardona, A Stebbing, M Fine, C Duncan, P Samsa, K Eagar
Macquarie University, 2017
Chipping in: paying for a good society
A March, M Lyons, A Stebbing, S Wilson
Pushing our luck: ideas for Australian progress, 17-41, 2013
The Politics of Climate Change and Social Policy in Australia
BJ Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
Sydney: The Australian Sociological Association (TASA) conference, 2010
Getting Value for Public Money
B Spies-Butcher, AP Stebbing
More Than Luck-Ideas Australia Needs Now, 267-279, 2010
Targets and Taxes: Explaining the Welfare Orientations of the Australian Publicspol_..
S Wilson, B Spies-Butcher, A Stebbing
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