Mid year economic update: community pulse research 2018

Mid year economic update: community pulse research 2018

SA
Jul 26
Join CEDA for Commonwealth Bank of Australia Chief Economist, Michael Blythe’s report card of the Australian economy, and the release of CEDA’s SA based polling data on community attitudes to economic growth and development.

Speakers

Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist, CEDA
Michael Blythe, Chief Economist and Managing Director, Commonwealth Bank of Australia
Erma Ranieri, Commissioner for Public Sector Employment South Australia

Event overview

Michael will provide in-depth analysis of the key economic trends and will be joined by CEDA’s Chief Economist Jarrod Ball, who will discuss SA insights from CEDA’s latest research that includes a nation-wide poll.
 
Against the backdrop of 26 years of continuous economic growth, CEDA’s report, Community pulse 2018: the economic disconnect, examines how satisfied Australians with their current circumstances, who they feel has benefited most from economic growth, their attitudes to work and national and personal policy priorities.
 
Joining Michael and Jarrod at this event to discuss these issues will be Public Sector Employment Commissioner, Erma Ranieri.

Meet the speakers

Jarrod Ball
Chief Economist, CEDA

Michael Blythe
Chief Economist and Managing Director, Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Erma Ranieri
Commissioner for Public Sector Employment South Australia

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