Economic and PoliticalOverview 2017
Launching on 15 February in Melbourne, followed bya series of events across Australia.Click here for details on your local event.
Migration: the economic debate
CEDA released a research report in November whichexamines the economic consequences of the Australianmigration program. Click here for more information.
CEDA Big Issues survey results
The Big Issues survey captures a snapshot of the business
community’s views on the critical policy choices ahead.
Click to see the survey results for 2016.
Migration: the economic debate CEDA released a research report in November 2016 which examines the economic consequences of the migration program for Australia and the effectiveness of themigration program itself.
Changes to superannuation
Treasurer the Hon. Scott Morrison's superannuation package was approved on 23 November 2016, with most changes to take effect on 1 July 2017. This Information Paper looks at the incoming changes and how they will affect superannuation fund members.
CEDA's Top 10 Speeches: Disruption and innovation 2011-2016
In 2016, CEDA celebrates five years of engaging and forward-thinking speeches on the CEDA stage – discussing the technologies, skills and attitudes Australia will need to embrace the fourth industrial revolution – with the release of CEDA's Top 10 Speeches: Disruption and innovation 2011-2016.
WA Opposition Leader Mark McGowan outlines 20-20-20 plan WA Leader of the Opposition Mark McGowan has told a CEDA audience in Perth that, if elected, the Labor party plans to reduce the state’s expenditure by cutting senior public service salaries.
CEDA Big Issues survey: future jobs, Budget deficit, tax avoidance and the GST top issues
Preparing for the jobs of the future, while tackling multinational tax avoidance and the Federal Budget deficit remain key issues, according to the results of CEDA’s 2016 Big Issues survey....Read More
CEDA 2016: Year in review
2016 has been one of the most successful years in CEDA's 56 year history. Seven hundred and fifty members from Australia's leading businesses, organisations and academic institutions attended over 300 events. ...Read More
Unconscious bias stalling gender progress
The greatest reason inequality between men and women exists in the workplace is due to unconscious bias and discrimination, Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) Director, Libby Lyons has told a CEDA audience in Tasmania....Read More
Mid-year economic update by Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian CEDA welcomes the NSW Treasurer as she returns to deliver her Mid-Year Economic Update to CEDA members and their guests.
VIC 12 Dec Energy security and reliability in the NEM
NSW 13 Dec Mid-year economic update by Treasurer Gladys Berejiklian
SA 14 Dec Women and Leadership Series: Year in review
VIC 14 Dec Infrastructure Victoria's 30 year strategy: final report
WA 15 Dec WA Election 2017: Transport policies
QLD 31 Jan CEDA 2017 Trustee welcome back
NSW 31 Jan NSW Trustees Welcome Back 2017
QLD 02 Feb Queensland 2017 program lunch
ACT 02 Feb ACT Trustee Welcome Back 2017
VIC 03 Feb Defence industries: DCNS Australia CEO Sean Costello
Gender inequity must be addressed as key business issue
Workplace Gender Equality Agency Director, Libby Lyons outlines the results of the Australian Gender Equality Scorecard and what employers must do to promote gender equality.
Innovation and tax reform important for Indigenous economic growth
James Mabbott and Grant Wardell-Johnson from KPMG discuss the role of innovation and tax reform in Indigenous economic growth.
The real issues with the 457 visa aren't being addressed
In this post from The Conversation, Dr Joanna Howe discusses Australia's 457 visa program.
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