Migration: the economic debate
CEDA will release a research report on 3 November whichwill examine the economic consequences of the Australianmigration program. Click here for more information.
VET: securing skills for growth
CEDA released a research report on 29 August whichexamines the role of Vocational Education and Training(VET) in meeting the skills required for Australia’s growth.
VET: skills for growth CEDA released a research report in August 2016, which examines the role of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in meeting the skills required for Australia's growth.
CEDA's Top 10 Speeches: Disruption and innovation 2011-2016
In 2016, CEDA celebrates five years of engaging and forward-thinking speeches on the CEDA stage – discussing the technologies, skills and attitudes Australia will need to embrace the fourth industrial revolution – with the release of CEDA's Top 10 Speeches: Disruption and innovation 2011-2016.
This two-part information paper outlines the complexities of making Constitutional reform in Australia. It comes on the back of the Turnbull Government’s goal to seek Constitutional recognition for Indigenous Australians before May 2017.
Call for tertiary sector to gear toward University 4.0 In order to survive the pace of digital change, tertiary institutions need to embrace “University 4.0” to maintain relevance to prospective students, La Trobe University Vice-Chancellor and President, Professor John Dewar has told a CEDA audience in Melbourne.
Why we need competition in human services
We need competition in human services because “too often our approach to helping people is to tell them what is good for them… rather than asking what do you need, how can we assist you,” Monash University Adjunct Professor and Productivity Commission Commissioner, Professor Stephen King has told a CEDA audience....Read More
Australians need to know where they fit in the future economy
Leaders and policymakers need to tell Australians where they fit in the economy of the future, Federal Leader of the Opposition, the Hon. Bill Shorten told a CEDA audience in Canberra....Read More
Budget deficit still a grave problem
Six months on from the release of CEDA’s Deficit to balance: budget repair options, Budget deficit remains a grave problem, CEDA National Chairman Paul McClintock AO has told the State of the Nation conference. ...Read More
Migration: the economic debate
This CEDA national report launch with leading thinkers and report authors in Brisbane will be followed by public events in capital cities around the country.
WA 01 Nov Creating value in the disrupted power and gas industries
WA 02 Nov The Future of Work: How can we adapt to survive and thrive?
NSW 02 Nov High Speed Rail: The CLARA Plan
WA 03 Nov Insights into the United States' clean energy revolution
QLD 03 Nov Migration: the economic debate
VIC 04 Nov Cities and infrastructure: Kevin Devlin, LXRA
NSW 08 Nov Migration: the economic debate
QLD 09 Nov Energy market regulation
WA 10 Nov Importing skills: the economic imperative
SA 11 Nov Migration - the economic debate (research report)
R&D needs policies and initiatives that facilitate collaboration
Following her appearance at CEDA's State of the Nation, Professor Margaret Gardner AO discusses R&D and collaboration in Australia.
State of the Nation 2016: VET must be supported through transition or face skill shortages
From State of the Nation 2016, CEDA Chief Executive, Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin discusses VET education and meeting Australia's future skill needs.
State of the Nation 2016: Infrastructure funding - how to pay for the solutions we need
Infrastructure Australia CEO, Philip Davies discusses infrastructure funding following his participation at CEDA's State of the Nation conference.
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