Australia Adjusting: Optimising National Prosperity

Australia Adjusting: Optimising National Prosperity

WA
Nov 15
Limited places available,to register please contact Alicia on 08 6104 7104.
 

Join CEDA for the launch of our major research report for 2013, Australia Adjusting: Optimising National Prosperity, as our report contributors and an international energy expert share their views and recommendations on topics critical to Australia's future competitiveness - energy, infrastructure, innovation and skills.

Speakers

Professor Peter Newman, John Curtin Distinguished Professor; Director, Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute, Curtin University
Professor Peter Noonan, Director, ACIL Allen Consulting
Professor Göran Roos, Chair, Advanced Manufacturing Council, Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy
Nathan Taylor, Chief Economist, CEDA

Event overview

Join CEDA for a research briefing about our major research report for 2013, Australia Adjusting: Optimising national prosperity. Report contributors deliver their views and recommendations on topics critical to Australia's future competitiveness - infrastructure, innovation and skills. Siemens Energy's global technology leader, Professor Michael Weinhold, will share his international expertise on the future of energy in Australia and globally.

Australia has enjoyed 22 years of continuous growth, but recently the country's levels of international competitiveness and productivity have waned. A new wave of major reform is now required to enhance economic flexibility, encourage innovation and maximise the potential of our human capital.

  • How can Australia build a reform agenda that will enhance and strengthen our economy to optimise national prosperity?
  • Can Australia once again become a world leader in infrastructure planning, innovation and workforce development?

All guests will receive a complimentary copy of Australia Adjusting: Optimising National Prosperity.

Meet the keynote speaker

Dr Michael Weinhold
Chief Technology Officer, Siemens Energy

Meet the speakers

Professor Peter Newman
John Curtin Distinguished Professor; Director, Curtin University Sustainability Policy Institute, Curtin University

Professor Peter Noonan
Director, ACIL Allen Consulting

Professor Göran Roos
Chair, Advanced Manufacturing Council, Department for Manufacturing, Innovation, Trade, Resources and Energy

Nathan Taylor
Chief Economist, CEDA

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