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CEDA report finds 2019 is the year of uncertainty, Australia must focus on domestic policy certainty

This year is likely to be a year of high-level uncertainty on the economic, policy and politics front both domestically and internationally, according to the CEDA 2019 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) report released today. Read more…

14/02/2019


VALE Professor Mardi Dungey

CEDA is saddened to hear of the passing of CEDA Council on Economic Policy (CEP) member and supporter, Professor Mardi Dungey on 12 January 2019. Read more…

17/01/2019


Skilling Australia’s workforce for future technologies is key to economic growth - CEDA research

A greater focus on skilling Australians in the workforce will be key to unlocking Australia’s future economic growth, CEDA research has found. Read more…

13/11/2018


Rapid uptake of data and technology needed to maximise Australia’s economic growth - CEDA research

Australia will need to more rapidly take up new technologies if it is to maximise economic growth, according to new CEDA research. Read more…

13/11/2018


CEDA report calls for nimble policy approach in key areas including population, technology and the workplace

CEDA’s latest report out today identifies a critical policy stack and a new approach to policy to reboot economic development in Australia and reconnect people to the benefits of growth. Read more…

12/11/2018


Parliament needs to catch up with community expectations on Newstart

Increasing Newstart is an immediate reform that could begin to significantly reduce poverty and disadvantage in Australia and CEDA research shows it is in line with community expectations, according to CEDA Chief Executive, Melinda Cilento. Read more…

17/09/2018


CEDA national poll: NSW less concerned about crime, commuting times of low importance

NSW respondents to a nation-wide poll were more likely to feel they had gained from Australia’s record run of economic growth compared to other states, but the majority still felt they had not gained or didn’t know if they had gained. Read more…

21/08/2018


CEDA national poll: West Australians least likely to feel they have benefited from Australia’s record run of economic growth

West Australians were the least likely to feel like they have gained from Australia’s record run of economic growth, according to results from a national poll. Read more…

14/08/2018


CEDA poll: South Australians happier at work; rank energy issues as more important

Energy issues including strong regulation of energy security are more important to South Australians compared to other states, while South Australians are more satisfied with their jobs, according to results of a nation-wide poll. Read more…

26/07/2018


CEDA national poll: Queenslanders rank regional development as more important, are less satisfied at work

Strong government support for regional development is more important to Queenslanders compared to other states, while Queenslanders are less likely to feel like they have gained from economic growth and are less satisfied with work, according to results of a nation-wide poll. Read more…

20/07/2018


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