• The super challenge of

    retirement income policy


    On 1 September 2015, CEDA will release a policy

    perspective that examines the economic impacts

    of Australia's ageing population.

  • Elizabeth Broderick

    Click here to catch-up on what Elizabeth Broderick

    had to say at events across Australia in August,

    in her final weeks as Sex Discrimination Commissioner.

  • CEDA research:

    International connectedness


    In November, CEDA will release a policy perspective

    that examines the importance of global connectedness

    to Australia's future prosperity. Click to find out more.

  • CEDA Annual Dinner Address:

    the Hon. John Howard OM AC


    This year's CEDA Annual Dinner Address will be held in Sydney

    on 17 November with former Prime Minister of Australia,

    the Hon. John Howard OM AC.

News and analysis SEE ALL

What’s really going on in the global economy “For the last four to five years the global economy has been growing at about 3.5 per cent and we are expecting continued growth of 3.5 per cent and higher with modest expansion,” Standard & Poor’s Rating Services Chief Global Economist, Dr Paul Sheard told a CEDA audience. 


Gender equality will benefit us all
“In gender-equal work environments, everybody’s performance lifts,” Sex Discrimination Commissioner, Elizabeth Broderick told a CEDA leadership forum in Adelaide. ...Read More

Workplace relations system not dysfunctional
Core elements of the workplace relations system such as the centralised minimum wage, National Employment Standards, awards and enterprise-level agreements are not dysfunctional and require significant regulation, Productivity Commission Chairman, Peter Harris AO has told a CEDA event in Melbourne. ...Read More

A knowledge economy for a future Queensland
“After three years of a stalled economy, Queensland’s recovery is now well underway. In six months, we’ve already created 20,000 jobs, and our impressive list of projects underway shows we mean business,” Deputy Premier, The Honourable Jackie Trad, told the CEDA Queensland Economic Development Forum....Read More



National reform summit: Developing adequate income for retirees
Following the National Reform Summit, CEDA Senior Economist Sarah-Jane Derby examines income for retirees including superannuation and owner-occupied housing.


Elizabeth Broderick: A reflection on eight years as Sex Discrimination Commissioner
Elizabeth Broderick reflects on eight years as Sex Discrimination Commissioner discussing the role's challenges and why progress in women in leadership has been slow.


Good public policy: Is anybody home?
CEDA Chief Executive, Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin discusses the current failure by politicians to lead public opinion and implement policy reforms.

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