Watch now:The Hon. Christopher Pyne MP and Senator the Hon. Penny Wongdiscussing key Federal Election issues on the CEDA stage.
Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth
CEDA has released its 2016 major research report, which examines reforms to address Australia’s currenteconomic and social challenges. Read it now.
World Competitiveness Yearbook 2016
Read the results and find out where Australia ranks inworld competitiveness.
Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth Released on 14 June 2016, CEDA's major research report will examine how to repair Australia's economic structures and drive a growth agenda.
Deficit to balance: budget repair options
CEDA released a research report in March 2016 which examines how Australia can balance the books and repair the budget
2016 Economic and Political Overview (EPO)
CEDA's EPO is Australia's premier publication and series of briefings on the Australian economy and politics for the year ahead.
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.
Innovation, investment and infrastructure top priorities for Queensland
“Growing innovation, attracting investment and building infrastructure,” are the three economic goals for Queensland’s future and the focus of the 2016-17 State Budget according to Queensland Treasurer, the Hon. Curtis Pitt. ...Read More
Start-ups are the jobs factory of our economy
Start-ups are the jobs factory of our economy, Bloom Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Mark Shelton has told a CEDA audience in Perth....Read More
More capital than opportunity: private sector infrastructure investment
There is more capital than opportunity, IFM Investors Chief Executive, Brett Himbury has told a CEDA audience at the launch of Australia’s economic future: an agenda for growth....Read More
Expanding WA's defence sector
CEDA WA welcomes former Minister for Defence, Hon. Stephen Smith, and a panel of preeminent leaders as we explore the growth potential of Western Australia's defence industry.
SA 28 Jun Federal pre-election update
VIC 30 Jun Growing the Visitor Economy
WA 05 Jul Trends in the water industry - a view from Scotland
WA 06 Jul Expanding WA's defence sector
NSW 06 Jul The role of nuclear science in growing Australian Industry
NSW 07 Jul Digital Bytes Series - cybersecurity as an economic driver
SA 07 Jul Growing your leaders for complex times
SA 13 Jul Health sector update
QLD 13 Jul Work of the future: services sector growth
NSW 13 Jul Driving change, innovation and reliability
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.
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.
Budget 2016: future prosperity lies in high skilled services
Professor Paul J. Gollan and co-author Laura Steele examine innovation, workplace incentives and the 2016 Federal Budget.
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