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CEDA's only agenda is to pursue good public policy to progress Australia's economic and social development.

CEDA's research and policy work identifies, analyses and offers solutions for issues that underpin Australia's long-term economic and social development.

Our research raises the level of public policy debate and discourse around the country by drawing together the best minds on key issues of the day to inject new ideas into the public forum.

                                      

2018 research program 

How unequal? Insights into inequality launching 20 April 2018, is the first piece in CEDA’s 2018 research agenda that will examine the benefits and cost of economic growth.

Subsequent CEDA work in 2018 will examine:

  • Community attitudes to economic growth and development; and
  • A review of the purpose of economic growth and development in Australia.
     

Recent research publications

CEDA released research publications on the topics of:

 

About CEDA research

Since 1960, CEDA has been producing policy publications and resources on the policy issues critical to Australia's economic development.

Through events and publications, CEDA reaches tens of thousands of Australians each year. Our independence also provides the capacity to speak directly to government at a federal and state level, unhindered by vested interests.

CEDA works with independent experts and with universities, other non-profits and member organisations. The quality and independence of our research program has built our reputation as Australia's leading independent voice on economic and business issues.

Read more about how to engage with CEDA's research.