CEDA's policy priorities address significant gaps in Australia's economic and social infrastructure. They are areas that lack national, robust and independent policy debate and solutions.
research and policy
To remain competitive and economically strong, Australia will
need to adjust to economic changes taking place now and in the
future. Proposed issues to be explored include productivity,
innovation and workforce development.
On 17 April 2013 CEDA will release its policy perspective,
Healthcare: Reform or ration, in Melbourne. In this policy
perspective a range of experts explore Australia's biotechnology
industry, the skills required to enable healthcare innovation and
the fiscal challenges Australia's healthcare system faces.
Women in Leadership is a research priority for CEDA in
2013, with a policy perspective to be released in June.
CEDA's Women in Leadership Series has been
running for three years, with the conversation spanning a variety
of topics. In 2011 Minister for the Status of Women, Kate Ellis MP,
launched CEDA's publication,
Women in Leadership: Looking below the surface, which examines
unconscious bias against women in the workplace.
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