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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


CEDA national poll: law and order issues; higher minimum wage more important to Victorians

Reduced violence in homes and communities, tough criminal laws and criminal sentences and a higher minimum wage were all issues that rated more important to Victorians compared to other states in a nation-wide poll. Read more…

03/07/2018


CEDA national poll: Australians don’t feel they have benefited from record economic growth

A major national poll has shown that the majority of Australians do not feel they have personally gained or don’t know if they have gained from Australia’s record run of economic growth. Read more…

25/06/2018


Australia gains two places in international digital competitiveness ranking

Australia has gained two places in an international ranking of 63 economies’ digital competitiveness, moving to 13 in the world. Read more…

19/06/2018


World competitiveness ranking released: Australia back in top 20

Australia has climbed two places to be back inside the top 20 most competitive nations, in a global ranking released today. Read more…

24/05/2018


CEDA report: inequality levels largely unchanged since 2007 but new risks emerging

Stagnant incomes, widening gaps in opportunity based on where people live and go to school and anxiety about the impact of rapidly emerging technologies are contributing to concern about inequality, according to CEDA’s report on inequality out today. Read more…

20/04/2018


CEDA CEO announces 2018 research program

The focus of CEDA’s 2018 research program will be to examine the purpose of economic growth and development, with the first report this month to focus on inequality. Read more…

05/04/2018


VALE Sir Eric Paul McClintock AO

CEDA is saddened to hear of the passing of long time CEDA supporter Sir Eric McClintock AO, aged 99. Read more…

28/03/2018


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