2021 Economic and Political Outlook two day forum

2021 Economic and Political Outlook two day forum

NAT
Feb 16
CEDA’s annual EPO presents expert analysis of critical issues, the latest forecasts and timely analysis on both the domestic and international front for the coming year.

Event overview

At a time when leaders from across sectors and across the country are all asking similar questions – about economic recovery, the future of Australian trade, exports and geopolitics, government spending and investment and other big issues on the horizon – CEDA presents the latest outlook and analysis from leading national figures across a two-day program to inform your work and year ahead.

Be briefed by leading national economists and political commentators on day one – Tuesday, 16 February - when we present a detailed domestic economic and political outlook for 2021.

Join a two-hour EPO special edition livestream on day two – Wednesday, 17 February - with an international economic overview and predictions on what 2021 holds for Australia's key relationships with the United States and China. 

Livestream start times:
NSW/ACT/VIC/TAS: 11.00am
SA: 10.30am
NT: 9.00am
QLD: 10.00am
WA: 8.00am

Please note all livestream events will be recorded and registered participants will receive exclusive access to the recording following the event, ahead of the general public. Substitutions for the livestream can be made at any time. Please forward details to the event coordinator.

Meet the keynote speaker

The Hon. Arthur Sinodinos AO
Australia's Ambassador to the United States

Meet the panel

Phillip Coorey
Editor, The Australian Financial Review

Professor Jane Golley
Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University

Nicki Hutley
Partner, Deloitte Access Economics

Laura Jayes
Political Reporter, Sky News

Alan Oster
Group Chief Economist, NAB

Dr Peter van Onselen
Political Editor, Network 10, Professor of Politics, Griffith University and University of Western Australia

Richard Yetsenga
Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group

Meet the facilitator

Stan Grant
International Affairs Analyst, ABC

Additional participants to be confirmed.

 

Panel sessions

Day 1 - Economic outlook
Tuesday 16 February 11:00am
  • Nicki Hutley, Partner, Deloitte Access Economics
  • Alan Oster, Group Chief Economist, NAB
  • Additional participants to be confirmed
Day 1 - Political outlook
Tuesday 16 February 11:45am
  • Phillip Coorey, Editor, The Australian Financial Review
  • Laura Jayes, Political Reporter, Sky News
  • Dr Peter van Onselen, Political Editor, Network 10, Professor of Politics, Griffith University and University of Western Australia
  • Additional participants to be confirmed
Day 2 - Keynote address
Wednesday 17 February 11:00am
  • Stan Grant, International Affairs Analyst, ABC
  • The Hon. Arthur Sinodinos AO, Australia's Ambassador to the United States,
  • Additional participants to be confirmed
Day 2 - International outlook
Wednesday 17 February 12:00pm
  • Professor Jane Golley, Director, Australian Centre on China in the World, Australian National University
  • Stan Grant, International Affairs Analyst, ABC
  • Richard Yetsenga, Chief Economist, ANZ Banking Group
  • Additional participants to be confirmed

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Public event advice – Coronavirus

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