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Improving the lives of Australians by enabling a dynamic economy and vibrant society.
In 2022, CEDA is focused on tackling five critical questions. This is the foundation of CEDA research and overall programming.
• How can Australia develop and grow a more dynamic economy?
• How can we build vibrant Australian communities?
• How can Australia develop leading workforces and workplaces?
• How can Australia leverage the benefits of technology?
• How can Australia achieve climate resilience and regain our energy advantage?
Stay up to date by visiting CEDA’s website www.ceda.com.au or following CEDA on social media.
CEDA recently completed an update to our member portal and company CRM. Below are some useful links on how to create a member employee account, register for an event and update your areas of interest to receive the most up to date content in your inbox.
We have provided both PDF visuals and video tutorials for your reference.
• How To Sign In [PDF 653 KB]
• Register for event [PDF 724 KB]
• Reset Password [PDF 275 KB]
CEDA has a vast range of content that spanning our areas of research and current topics that are affecting Australia and the world. If you are an industry expert and would like to contribute to any of CEDA’s content, please send through your expression of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org
Lead by – Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist
CEDA’s Public Interest Technology program focuses on how emerging technologies can be designed, developed and used in the public interest.
Technology and trust: Priorities for a reimagined economy led by technology
The first CEDA report on Public Interest Technology priorities for government surveys the issues with Australia's current approach to technology and the digital economy. The report recommends appointing a Chief Technologist and committing to transparent and independent technology assessments to help Australia become a leading digital nation. Read the full Public Interest Technology report.
PIT Member Advisory Committee:
• Feyi Akindoyeni, Partner SEC, Newgate Australia
• Rossana Bianchi, Senior Manager, Accenture Applied Intelligence
• Melinda Cilento, Chief Executive, CEDA
• Andrew Dingjan, Senior Manager, Strategy and Engagement, Monash Data Futures Institute
• Kaaren Koomen AM, Director, Governmental and Regulatory Affairs, IBM
• Simon Goodrich, Founder and Managing Director, Portable
• Nyk Loates, Director, KPMG Futures, Innovation, Solutions and Ventures
• Alex Lynch, Public Policy and Government Affairs Manager, Google Australia
• Sam Nickless, Partner, Gilbert + Tobin
• Andrew Stevens, Chairman, Innovation and Science Australia
• Prof. Glenn Wightwick, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Innovation and Enterprise), University of Technology, Sydney
Led by – Gabriela D’Souza, Senior Economist
CEDA's recent submission
Federal Parliament's Joint Standing Committee on skilled migration. Read the submission.
Lead researcher – Jarrod Ball, Chief Economist
There are worrying signs that the Australian economy has become less dynamic and competitive across these areas and a broader range of indicators, such as slow growth in our start-up sector, weak private sector investment and declining business expenditure on R&D. All of this has contributed to Australians’ flatlining incomes in recent years.
This year, working with members across business, higher education and government, CEDA will explore:
• The practices within companies and management that are holding back dynamism – a much neglected area of research in Australia compared to other advanced economies.
• How Australia can lift collaboration between universities, businesses and government to better diffuse and commercialise our world class research and knowledge.
CEDA’s recent submission
Federal Government University Research Commercialisation Scheme scoping expert panel. Read the submission.
Led by - Cassandra Winzar, Senior Economist
In 2022, CEDA’s work continues in human services to identify practical solutions to deliver better human services for Australians.
Better Human Services Reports