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My previous post summarised the findings of a recent paper published in Agenda about the extent to which the Australian welfare state is biased towards older households. Peter Whiteford from ANU left an important comment:

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Over the past thirty or so years, the Australian welfare state has become tilted much more heavily in favour of the elderly, away from people of working age. That’s the finding of a paper in the latest edition of Agendaan ANU public policy journal.

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