• VET: securing skills for growth

    CEDA will release a research report on 29 August which
    will examine the role of Vocational Education and Training
    (VET) in meeting the skills required for Australia’s growth.

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  • Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth

     

    CEDA has released its 2016 major research report, which
    examines reforms to address Australia’s current
    economic and social challenges. Read it now.

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Australia urgently needs a national strategy for STEM In order to address future workforce needs, which will be dependent on skills to interact with advanced technologies, Australia urgently needs a STEM strategy, Dr Marlene Kanga told a CEDA forum on future workforce trends.

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WA economy can transition from mining boom to dining boom
We believe the Western Australia economy can transition from the mining boom to the dining boom ANZ Bank, Regional Business Banking WA, State General Manager, Stuart Hancock has told a CEDA audience in Perth....Read More

Services sector vital for Queensland economic growth
The community services industry is one of the fastest growing and most dynamic sectors in Queensland, the Hon. Shannon Fentiman has told a CEDA audience in the Gold Coast....Read More

Energy demand to come from non-OECD countries
“Although the rate of increase is likely to slow for energy demand, a number of public and private institutions expect that global energy demand will continue to increase for the foreseeable future. Most of this growth is likely to come from non-OECD countries,” Dr Alexandra Heath has told a CEDA audience in Sydney. ...Read More

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29/06/2016
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Tax debate too narrow
As Australia heads to the polls this weekend, CEDA Chief Executive, Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin asks have the big issues been addressed.

17/05/2016
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Budget 2016: uncertainty is education policy greatest enemy
Following the 2016 Federal Budget, Deakin Vice Chancellor Professor Jane den Hollander discusses equity and higher education funding.

11/05/2016
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Budget 2016: Youth Jobs PaTH - paving the way for employment growth
Emeritus Professor Phil Lewis examines the 2016 Federal Budget Youth Jobs PaTH program and the Australian labour market.

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