On 16 June 2015, CEDA will release a major report
examining the jobs and skills needed to grow and
diversify our economy. Click here to find out more.
Read and comment on the latest CEDA blog posts
about the 2015 Federal Budget.
Find out where Australia ranks on business
competitiveness compared to 60 other countries.
Addressing entrenched disadvantage On 21 April 2015, CEDA released a policy perspective examining issues associated with the economics of disadvantage.
A Federation for the 21st Century
Released on 27 October 2014, CEDA's report, A Federation for the 21st Century, explores the efficiency of the Australian Federation, duplications between Commonwealth/state responsibilities and implications for public sector productivity.
Australia's Brisbane Summit challenge: Securing G20's future
CEDA's research report, Australia's Brisbane Summit challenge: Securing G20's future was released on 19 August 2014. The report examines the role, effectiveness and processes associated with the G20, specifically looking at the issues of international governance, financial regulation and taxation regulation.
World competitiveness ranking shows Australia slipping as a smart economy Australia has dropped another place in world competitiveness rankings, falling further in economic performance and government efficiency rankings, raising concerns about our competitiveness as a smart economy.
Curtis Island projects to put Queensland on the map as a reliable supplier of LNG
"LNG (liquefied natural gas) is an incredibly important commodity and will be increasingly so into the future," Santos, Queensland Vice President, Trevor Brown told a CEDA audience in Brisbane. ...Read More
One-third of organisations have no key management personnel who are female
“Experienced, talented and educated women represent an economic resource in this country that is being under-utilised,” Best & Less Chief Executive Officer, Holly Kramer said at a CEDA event in Sydney. ...Read More
Victorians are subsidising the rest of Australia: Treasurer of Victoria
“The removal of $3 billion from the State’s allocation of infrastructure funding means we’re actually subsidising other states’ infrastructure,” Treasurer of Victoria, the Hon. Tim Pallas told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. ...Read More
State of the State - South Australia
CEDA's annual State of the State event will bring together key thought leaders and commentators to review, analyse and discuss the current State of South Australia.
TAS 02 Jun Tasmanian Budget Breakfast
WA 04 Jun Future of infrastructure in WA
SA 04 Jun Women and leadership series: Professor Gillian Triggs
VIC 05 Jun Examining barriers to more efficient gas markets
SA 09 Jun State of the State
QLD 10 Jun An agile economy
NSW 11 Jun Anatomy of crisis management
QLD 12 Jun Agribusiness: developing a resilient sector
NSW 15 Jun Pricing, productivity and performance delivery for NSW
VIC 16 Jun Digital disruption and Australia's future workforce
Budget 2015: Shrinking the Age Pension and retirement income
Following the 2015 Federal Budget, Professor Susan Thorp examines the proposed changes to the Age Pension, means testing and retirement income.
Budget 2015: A tick for stimulus and a question mark for capacity building
Following the 2015 Federal Budget, Professor Beth Webster discusses economic stimulus for Australia's innovation system.
Capital and failure in the social purpose sector: Rob Koczkar
Social Ventures Australia CEO Rob Koczkar examines the importance of capital and innovation in the social services sector in addressing entrenched disadvantage in Australia.
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