• CEDA Economic and

    Political Overview 2016


    February launch. Nine events to be held across Australia.
    Click to find out details on your local event.


  • Big Issues survey 2015

    Find out what the big economic and policy issues facing Australia will be in 2016.
    Results out on 3 December.

  • Global networks:

    transforming how Australia does business


    CEDA released a policy perspective in November 2015

    that examines the importance of global connectedness to

    Australia's future prosperity. Find out more.

  • Who will be in CEDA's
    Top 10 speeches for 2015?

    Publication released on 14 December 2015.
    Click here to read last year's Top 10 speeches.

News and analysis SEE ALL

Creating the new National Electricity Market The transition underway in the energy market has two big drivers, the digitisation of the customer experience and is the inevitability of our path to a decarbonised future,” AGL Energy Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Andrew Vesey told a CEDA forum.


Innovation is about national prowess
Innovation Australia Chair, Bill Ferris AC delivered his first major address to a CEDA audience in Adelaide on 25 November. Watch videos of the event below....Read More

State of the State Victoria: The Hon. Daniel Andrews
Simply changing the rate of GST is not tax reform, Victoria Premier the Hon. Daniel Andrews has told an audience in Melbourne....Read More

The future of roads in WA
“Road reform will fix national productivity,” Productivity Commission Chairman, Peter Harris AO told a CEDA audience in Perth....Read More



Australia's economic reform agenda
In this extract from the Hon. John Howard OM AC address to CEDA's Annual Dinner, Mr Howard discussed Australia's economic reform agenda and changes in the political landscape.


Developing corporate risk culture: it's worth it
In this blog post, Associate Professor John Evans and Associate Professor Grace McCarthy discuss corporate risk culture.


Love thy neighbour –ASEAN – Australia’s third engine of economic growth 
With the opportunities that will abound in the region in the Asian century, Tim Harcourt discusses why there will be even more reasons for Australian exporters to 'love thy neighbour'

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