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2009 ACC Forum presentation: Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (164.9KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (Supporting Paper) - The ACC is a unique international institution and deserves the best opportunity to succeed. How are we perceived inter (2009)
2009 ACC Forum presentation: ACC's funding position (432.2KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? ACC’s funding position - A review of the main ACC accounts and the implications on the levy rates of the decision to fully fund the Scheme. Why fully funding of the ACC’s accounts levies is important. (2009)
2009 ACC Forum presentation: Final Comments. Presenter: Dr Brian Easton (46.9KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Final Comments. Presenter: Dr Brian Easton (2009)
2009 ACC Forum presentation: Welcome, and ACC chronology (294.5KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Welcome, and ACC chronology. Presenter: Susan St John (Co-director, Retirement Policy and Research Centre) Introductory comments: Setting the scene; recent events and the purpose of the ACC Forum. Pre (2009)
2009 ACC Forum presentation: What can history and politics teach us? (513.3KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? What can history and politics teach us? - The Woodhouse vision was never one of full prefunding, but the role of the reserves has been contentious and misunderstood. Does history suggest that some res (2009)
2009 ACC Forum presentation: Why does ACC need a fund? (208KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Why does ACC need a fund? - Isn’t PAYG better? ACC is a department of the government so why not run its finances in the same way as other government departments? More specifically, why must ACC comply (2009)
2009 ACC forum programme (139.9KB) 2009 ACC forum programme (2009)
2009 ACC Forum supporting paper: Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (145.5KB) 2009 ACC forum: ACC debate: How do we pay for the ACC? Accounting for accidents: Social costs of personal injuries (Supporting Paper) - The ACC is a unique international institution and deserves the best opportunity to succeed. How are we perceived inter (2009)


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