News from CEDA events


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WA Treasurer outlines microeconomic reform agenda

Microeconomic reform aimed at boosting productivity will play an important role in addressing challenges that threaten Western Australia’s future prosperity, according to the state’s Treasurer. Read more…


Addressing the energy elephants in the room

“I want to address the elephant in the room and that is that AGL is a public company, from time to time we will get unsolicited bids on various components of our business and potentially on the whole business,” AGL CEO and Managing Director Andy Vesey has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Connectivity, autonomy and sharing in the future of mobility

The future of mobility is about connectivity, autonomy and sharing, according to a panel of experts assembled for the first 2018 event in CEDA’s NSW Transport Series. Read more…


Important for business to take a stand on issues: Rio Tinto CEO

“Beyond core purpose, business is being asked to lend its social and reputational capital in areas it has not done so before,” Rio Tinto Chief Executive, Jean-Sébastien Jacques has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


The impact of increasing workplace diversity

Research has found that workplace diversity has both positive and negative outcomes on team performance, University of South Australia Business School, Centre for Workplace Excellence Director, Professor Ingrid Fulmer has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Make Perth the western gateway to Australia: WA Tourism Minister

To attract international visitors, we need to sell WA as the western gateway to Australia, WA Minister for Tourism; Racing and Gaming; Small Business; Defence Issues; Citizenship and Multicultural Interests, the Hon. Paul Papalia has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Opportunities exist in global changes

It is relatively easy to see the downside in global changes, but it is also important to acknowledge the opportunities they will bring, Federal Minister for Defence, Senator the Hon. Marise Payne has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


International education: WA playing catch up but opportunity is there

Western Australia is playing catch up with international education strategy and resources, Emeritus Professor Tracey Horton AO has told a CEDA audience at the Economic and Political Overview event in Perth. Read more…


Public Private Partnerships driving Victorian jobs growth: Pallas

Partnering with business to deliver major infrastructure projects is paying economic dividends for Victoria, State Treasurer the Hon. Tim Pallas told a CEDA event in Melbourne. Read more…


Good process missing from policy reform

A good process can bring people along, and there's been a lamentable lack of good process in public policy in recent years, Dr Gary Banks AO has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


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