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Opportunity cost and the Queen of Australia

In the first of a two part series looking at both sides of the Australian republican debate, Emeritus Professor Geoff Gallop discusses the case for the republic.
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“Super Profit” tax is a tax on success and effort

The Rudd government is making the assumption that a so-called “super profits tax” won’t deter investment. But to tax major success is generally to tax real and often unusual effort. Read more…


2006 World Competitiveness Yearbook

The 2006 World Competitiveness Yearbook shows Australia continuing to place near the top of the global economic ladder. Read more…

ACT - CEDA/ATRF National Tax Forum

2008 Tax Policy Directions Forum - Key tax policy issues for 2008 and beyond Over the last 25 years, Australia has experienced ongoing and important tax reforms. However, there remains more to achieve and both newly emerging and strengthening pressures point towards a need for renewed reform and policy directions.Following the recent change of Federal Government, CEDA and the Australia Tax Research Foundation (ATRF) are jointly convening a high-level tax policy directions forum to examine key policy choices for taxation system reform required to strengthen the nation’s economic development. Read more…


#Budget17 – Politics or Genius?

CEO of PwC Australia and Vice Chairman of PwC Asia Pacific, Luke Sayers discusses the 2017 Federal Budget and what it means for Australia. Read more…


2012: The beginning of the clean energy era

This year will be the “tipping point, the beginning of the clean energy era”, Climate Commission, Chief Commissioner, Professor Tim Flannery, told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…


2007 Big Issues Survey Results

In 2007, CEDA's Big Issues project identified the top 10 issues for Australia in the minds of our members. Read more…


ACT Trustees Meeting

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2019 election – a redux of 2013?

While everyone has an opinion on the upcoming election, election predictions months before the polling date can be fraught with danger, writes John Dawkins AO and Sandy Kay-Oswald. Read more…


ACCC to focus on supermarket chains and NSW electricity

As supermarket chains increase their participation in sectors such as home improvement, petrol and liquor, these changes will affect market structures, competitiveness and consumer choice, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission chairman, Rod Sims told a CEDA audience in Sydney. Read more…


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