Vince Mangioni is an international researcher and publisher on land and property taxation, including local government rating and finance. He is an associate researcher at the Institute for Public Policy and Governance where he participated in the ‘Destination 2036’ review of local government in NSW. His PhD examines taxation with a focus on the rating and taxing of land.
Vince was an advisor to the Independent Pricing and Regulatory Tribunal (IPART) 2016 in the review of the NSW rating system and advisor and presenter to Australia’s Future Tax System (2010) also known as the Henry Review, on state land tax and local government rating. He has been involved in the review of rating and taxing of land in Queensland.
Rural Councils Victoria has engaged Vince in representing 38 rural councils in responding to proposed rate-capping restrictions in Victoria by state government. He has reviewed a number of rating systems including Mount Alexander Victoria and Randwick City Council NSW.
He has authored a number of books, among the most recent, ‘Land Tax in Australia: Fiscal Reform of Subnational Government’ and has published widely on land and property taxation. He is a statutory valuer and undertook his training at the NSW Valuer-General’s Office during the 1990s. His current research focuses on the use of land value taxation in the assessment of increments of value generated though light and heavy rail projects, also known as ‘Value Capture’.