2015 Economic and
CEDA has released its 2015 EPO publication with economic
and political forecasts for the year ahead. Read more.
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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.
The Economics of Climate Change
CEDA's 2014 policy perspective,The Economics of Climate Change, examines the economic impact of climate change for Australia. The report explains how Australia's economy will be exposed if we don't effectively manage climate change risks.
Low commodity prices are damaging our national income "Iron ore at its peak was US$160 a tonne and now we’re getting somewhere close to about US$64 a tonne,” ANZ Banking Group senior economist, Cherelle Murphy, said at CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview in Townsville.
Mining and resources remain priority for State Government: WA Treasurer
The State Government will try to repair the state budget by focusing on good government, supporting households and small business and continuing to push for more GST revenue, WA Treasurer the Hon. Dr Mike Nahan has told CEDA’s Economic and Political Overview in Perth. ...Read More
Tourism key sector for Tasmania in 2015
According to business leaders, tourism will be a growth industry for Tasmania with the Government aiming to increase visitors to the state to 1.5 million per year by 2020. ...Read More
The economic landscape for the Australian industrial sector
Speech delivered by CEDA Chief Executive, Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin to the AIRG Anniversary Meeting 2015....Read More
Copland Leadership Program
A unique leadership program for future leaders that offers unique professional collaboration across corporate, government, academic and community sectors. Available in Adelaide, Perth and Sydney.
VIC 06 Mar Free trade agreements
NSW 10 Mar Digital Bytes - protecting against cyber intrusion
WA 10 Mar Leadership and culture driving innovation and productivity
VIC 10 Mar Tax Reform: Where to From Here?
QLD 10 Mar Health services
SA 11 Mar The Australian energy transition, in global context
SA 11 Mar CEDA special event: keynote address by Chris Richardson
SA 12 Mar SA Nuclear Energy Review
VIC 12 Mar Active ageing: realising the economic potential
WA 17 Mar Major infrastructure challenges in WA
The age of food: Julian Cribb
Food will be a defining issue of our time with Australia well placed to capitalise on market demand for clean produce. Julian Cribb discusses food sustainability and production.
Economic reform as a result of crisis is not what we need: Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin
Political capital and courage is what Australia desperately needs right now as economic conditions tighten.
A taxing debate - Don’t punt reform
Fixing Australia’s fiscal imbalance will not happen by nibbling at the edges of reform.
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