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CEDA's Economic and Political Overview 2013 publication was launched with a series of events in capital cities across Australia in February and March.

CEDA's Economic and Political Overview 2013 publication, was launched with a series of events in capital cities across Australia.

These events examined the important issues of electricity prices and the future of work as well as providing economic and political outlooks for 2013. To read event summaries click on the buttons above.

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Read media release 'EPO released - Electricity prices, future of work key to living standards'

Publication overview

  • Economic overview
    ANZ, Chief Economist, Warren Hogan
    Mr Hogan and his research team provide forecasts of what is likely to happen in the US, Europe, China and other Asian economies in 2013 and the impact on Australia and also provide analysis of what is likely to occur in the Australian economy in 2013.
    forecasts of what is likely to happen in the
    US, Europe, China and other Asian economies in 2013 and the impact on Australia and also
    provide analysis of what is likely to occur in the Australian economy in 2013.
  • Political overview
    By University of Western Australia Winthrop Professor and Contributing Editor, The Australian, Professor Peter van Onselen.
    Professor van Onselen provides a political analysis of factors influencing this year's federal election including what and how policy issues will be targeted by the major parties. He also provides analysis of the likely outcome of the election, including for key independents and minor parties.
  • The outlook for clecticity prices in 2020
    Professor Paul Simshauser, Chief Economist, AGL Energy and Tim Nelson, Head of Economics, Policy and Sustainability, AGL Energy
    Paul Simshauser and Tim Nelson provide an analysis of electricity pricing outlining the history of the Australian electricity market and why electricity prices have increased sharply since 2008. They also provide price forecasts to 2020 and recommendations for policy reform.
  • The future of work review
    Dr Ziggy Switkowski, Chancellor, RMIT, Chairman, Suncorp, CEDA Board of Governors.
    Dr Switkowski addresses critical factors influencing the future of work including rapid changes in technology, the redefinition of the company, the future of education and the rise of women in the workforce.


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In this video RMIT, Chancellor, Dr Ziggy Switkowski, discusses the critical factors influencing the future of work including rapid changes in technology, the redefinition of the company, the future of education and the rise of women in the workforce.

 

In this video CEDA, Chief Executive, Professor the Hon Stephen Martin provides a summary of CEDA's Economic and Political Overview 2013 publication.

 

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