CEDA Chief Economist - economic and research update

CEDA Chief Economist - economic and research update

Apr 30
CEDA Chief Economist Jarrod Ball will analyse current economic conditions, key policy trends and provide an update on CEDA’s program of research into the most pressing economic and social development issues.


Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist, CEDA

Event overview

CEDA's research and policy work identifies, analyses and offers solutions for issues that matter for Australia’s future. We pursue solutions that deliver better economic, social and environmental outcomes for Australia.

Following the release of CEDA’s report Sustainable budgets: underwriting Australia’s social compact CEDA’s Chief Economist, Jarrod Ball, will provide an analysis of Australia’s economic outlook. He will share his observations on what measures will impact the local and national economic environment, and CEDA's forthcoming research identifying policy responses on the effect temporary migration; business attitudes and overcoming entrenched disadvantage.

This briefing is by invitation only to CEDA Trustees. Trustees are senior leaders nominated by CEDA member organisations. At CEDA boardroom briefings Trustees hear from an informed, expert guest speaker in a private, small group setting. Invitations to boardroom briefings are a valued benefit of CEDA membership. Chatham House Rule applies.

Meet the speaker

Jarrod Ball
Chief Economist, CEDA

Jarrod Ball joined CEDA as Chief Economist in 2017 with over 15 years of experience as an economist across the public and private sectors. He has held senior roles at the Business Council of Australia, in EY’s advisory services practice and more recently at BHP. Jarrod also worked in the Federal Government and was a lead adviser on microeconomic reform for the Victorian Departments of Premier and Cabinet and Treasury and Finance. He is a member of CEDA’s Council on Economic Policy and the Melbourne Economic Forum. Jarrod holds a Masters degree in Economics from Monash University and undergraduate degrees in Business (Economics) and Arts from the University of Southern Queensland.

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