The super challenge of
retirement income policy
On 1 September 2015, CEDA will release a policy
perspective that examines the economic impacts
of Australia's ageing population.
Click here to catch-up on what Elizabeth Broderick
had to say at events across Australia in August,
in her final weeks as Sex Discrimination Commissioner.
In November, CEDA will release a policy perspective
that examines the importance of global connectedness
to Australia's future prosperity. Click to find out more.
CEDA Annual Dinner Address:
the Hon. John Howard OM AC
This year's CEDA Annual Dinner Address will be held in Sydney
on 17 November with former Prime Minister of Australia,
the Hon. John Howard OM AC.
The super challenge of retirement income policy On 1 September 2015, CEDA released a policy perspective, The super challenge of retirement income policy, which examines the economic impacts of Australia's ageing population and decreasing housing affordability.
Australia's future workforce?
On 16 June 2015, CEDA released a major report focused on the future of Australia's workforce.
Addressing entrenched disadvantage
On 21 April 2015, CEDA released a policy perspective examining issues associated with the economics of disadvantage.
CEDA retirement report: pre-tax mortgage payments or super for home purchases, options in policy rethink A CEDA report released today is calling for an overhaul of retirement policy, including options such as pre-tax mortgage repayments and superannuation being available for owner-occupied home purchases, to be considered.
CEDA retirement report: pre-tax mortgage payments or super for home purchases, options in policy rethink
What’s really going on in the global economy
“For the last four to five years the global economy has been growing at about 3.5 per cent and we are expecting continued growth of 3.5 per cent and higher with modest expansion,” Standard & Poor’s Rating Services Chief Global Economist, Dr Paul Sheard told a CEDA audience. ...Read More
Gender equality will benefit us all
“In gender-equal work environments, everybody’s performance lifts,” Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick told a CEDA leadership forum in Adelaide. ...Read More
Workplace relations system not dysfunctional
Core elements of the workplace relations system such as the centralised minimum wage, National Employment Standards, awards and enterprise-level agreements are not dysfunctional and require significant regulation, Productivity Commission Chairman, Peter Harris AO has told a CEDA event in Melbourne. ...Read More
The super challenge of retirement income policy
On 1 September 2015 Sydney will host the launch of CEDA's policy perspective, The super challenge of retirement income policy, with events to follow across Australia.
NSW 01 Sep The super challenge of retirement income policy
SA 01 Sep The super challenge of retirement income policy
QLD 01 Sep Reforming health
VIC 02 Sep Economic reform and opportunity
VIC 03 Sep Funding Australia's retirement
WA 03 Sep A conversation with Ben Wyatt MLA, Shadow Treasurer
QLD 03 Sep Health services
WA 04 Sep Funding Australia's retirement
QLD 08 Sep International connections
QLD 09 Sep Energy and resources: policy, leadership and prosperity
Far-reaching review needed for retirement system
Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin discusses the need for certainty in retirement policy, the need for a far-reaching review of the system and recommendations for reform.
Funding your retirement: the role of life annuities
To coincide with the launch of CEDA’s research The super challenge of retirement income policy, Professor Susan Thorp discusses life annuities and options for funding retirement.
National reform summit: Developing adequate income for retirees
Following the National Reform Summit, CEDA Senior Economist Sarah-Jane Derby examines income for retirees including superannuation and owner-occupied housing.
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