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WA has escaped the worst – it is time to build for the future

CEDA Senior Economist Cassandra Winzar says that Western Australia’s economy has escaped the worst impacts of COVID-19 and the state should now focus on building the economic foundations that will see it thrive into the future.    
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04/12/2020 | Cassandra Winzar | 0 Comments


Build climate resilience in recovery or we risk it all again

How can we use the COVID-19 crisis to mitigate the unfolding climate crisis? Deloitte Access Economics Associate Director, Claire Atkinson, discusses new research from Deloitte that highlights the economic consequences of climate complacency and the need for a new way of thinking about climate risk in economics. Read more…

03/12/2020 | Claire Atkinson | 0 Comments


COVID-19 housing policy shows coordination works

The well-coordinated, multilevel policy response to the effects of the COVID-19 crisis on housing show how much more effectively the housing system can work and how cooperation and coordination can create better outcomes more quickly says Swinburne University of Technology Centre for Social Impact Associate Professor, Chris Mason.
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27/11/2020 | Chris Mason | 0 Comments


Sustainable Development Goals can be a blueprint for COVID-19 recovery

The United Nations Sustainable Development Goals can structure an effective recovery for Australia but only if governments set meaningful targets says Monash Sustainable Development Institute, ClimateWorks Australia & BehaviourWorks Australia Chair, John Thwaites.  Read more…

23/11/2020 | Professor John Thwaites | 0 Comments


Fixing migration policy to bridge the skills gap

CEDA Senior Economist, Gabriela D’Souza, shares some insights from CEDA’s upcoming report into skill mismatch in Australia’s permanent migration system and shows how more effectively using the skills of permanent migrants can prepare Australia for the labour market of the future.  
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16/11/2020 | Gabriela D'Souza | 0 Comments