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CEDA Coronavirus update: a message from the CEO
We face unprecedented change as a result of COVID-19 and I am writing today to share an update on what is happening across CEDA’s program and to provide information on how you can continue to access our discussions and research on critical issues...

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Interview with Wesfarmers CEO Rob Scott
CEDA Chief Executive, Melinda Cilento, sat down with Wesfarmers CEO, Rob Scott, to discuss his company's corona virus response....Read More

CEDA Coronavirus update: a message from the CEO
We face unprecedented change as a result of COVID-19 and I am writing today to share an update on what is happening across CEDA’s program and to provide information on how you can continue to access our discussions and research on critical issues at this uncertain time. ...Read More

Message from the CEO: Coronavirus update
CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento provides an update on CEDA events following developments and advice on COVID-19. ...Read More

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Ethical decision making during crisis As the Covid19 pandemic develops CEDA asks what ethical conundrums lie ahead of governments, corporates and our communities and considers the checks and measures necessary to curb unethical behaviour.  

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30/03/2020
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Why it is not health vs. the economy in the COVID-19 crisis
Some recent comments from business leaders and politicians have pitted the health risks of COVID-19 against the economic costs of isolation. Flinders University, Caring Futures Institute Professor of Health Economics, Julie Ratcliffe, argues that this is a false choice and that the crisis has only shown how inextricable the links between health and the economy really are.

26/03/2020
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Integrating energy and climate change policy
When it comes to transitioning to renewables, political feasibility has shifted attention from carbon pricing to renewable energy production subsidies. However, renewable subsidies suffer from well-known issues that can limit their effectiveness. Griffith University Associate Professor, Tim Nelson; Australian Energy Market Commission (AEMC) Senior Economist, Dr Alan Rai; and AEMC Economist Ryan Esplin; argue that policy tweaks can make renewable energy production subsidies a useful tool in Australia's aims to lower emissions. 

23/03/2020
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COVID-19 crisis: How temporary migrants are being left behind
CEDA Senior Economist, Gabriela D'Souza, says that the COVID-19 crisis has left thousands of temporary migrants in limbo. She argues we need a strong policy response to give certainty and security to Australia's migrant population. 

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