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Australia's place in the world

CEDA released a research report in November 2017 which will consider the economic effects felt in Australia from policy decisions which emerge from geopolitical events. Read more…


Housing Australia

CEDA released a research report on 28 August 2017 on the issue of housing. Read more…


Improving service sector productivity: the economic imperative

CEDA released a research report in June 2017 that examines the economic consequences of Australia’s productivity performance in the service sector. This report assesses the productivity performance of the sector and discusses policies and areas that can contribute to an improvement in productivity. Read more…


Outbound investment

CEDA released a research report on 27 April 2017 that examines Australia’s outbound investment. The report assesses whether Australia has the right institutional setting to support an outbound focus for business, and discuss case studies of successful foreign investments by Australian businesses. Read more…


Big Issues 2016

Preparing for future jobs, the Federal Budget deficit, tax avoidance and the GST have been highlighted in CEDA's 2016 Big Issues survey as the top issues affecting the Australian economy. Read more…


Migration: the economic debate

CEDA released a research report in November 2016 which examines the economic consequences of the migration program for Australia and the effectiveness of the migration program itself. Read more…


VET: skills for growth

CEDA released a research report in August 2016, which examines the role of Vocational Education and Training (VET) in meeting the skills required for Australia's growth. Read more…


Australia's economic future - an agenda for growth

Released on 14 June 2016, CEDA's major research report will examine how to repair Australia's economic structures and drive a growth agenda. Read more…


World Competitiveness Yearbook 2016

Business confidence is rising in Australia despite core economic indicators not improving, an international survey has found. Read more…


World Competitiveness Yearbook 2017

Australia has dropped out of the top 20 most competitive nations, falling to 21 according to the 2017 World Competitiveness survey results. However, it has fared better in a special digital competitiveness ranking coming in at 15. Read more…


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