News from CEDA events


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Aussie kids' educational success tied to family background

“Australia is well below the OECD average in its capacity to detach background from outcome in our education system,” SA Minister for Education and Child Development and SA Minister for Higher Education and Skills, the Hon. Susan Close has told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


Where the responsibility for housing affordability lies

The Federal Treasurer seems to think most of the housing policy development should be outsourced to the states with no additional funding and yet the states should still be accountable to the commonwealth, Victorian Treasurer the Hon. Tim Pallas said at the launch of CEDA’s Housing Australia research report. Read more…


Privatisation process needs effective regulatory arrangements

“Governments should not be maximising the value of assets and thereby sale prices by giving monopoly infrastructure operators unfettered pricing power,” Australian Competition and Consumer Commission Chairman, Rod Sims has told a CEDA audience in Perth. Read more…


Leadership in a time where machines outperform humans

When you pit human experts against the sheer power of data and machine-based analysis, more often than not the machine can outperform the human, McKinsey & Company Partner, Emma Petherick said at the CEDA QLD CEO panel on future leadership. Read more…


Tasmanian digital inclusion falling behind

Australia’s overall level of digital inclusion is improving but Tasmania remains the lowest scoring state in our index alongside South Australia, RMIT University, Director Social Change Enabling Capability Platform, Professor Julian Thompson has told a CEDA audience. Read more…


Regional Victoria’s role in the state’s success

“Just as Melbourne plays a critical role across Victoria, likewise regional cities play a very important role in their regions, but also across Victoria,” Regional Development Victoria (RDV) Chief Executive Officer, James Flintoft has told a CEDA audience in Melbourne. Read more…


NSW Premier says subsiding other states is painful

It’s very painful to give the Queensland Government more than $6 billion over the next four years, NSW Premier, the Hon. Gladys Berejiklian said at the CEDA NSW State of the State event. Read more…


Perth – university city: the great branding opportunity

In marketing Perth as a destination for higher education to international students, branding communication should focus on marketing Perth as the destination, rather than promoting the individual institutions, WA Minister for Education and Training, the Hon. Sue Ellery has told a CEDA audience in Perth. Read more…


Mid-year economic update: Reserve Bank of Australia

The Australian economy doesn't operate in isolation from the rest of the world, and this is also true when it comes to monetary policy, Reserve Bank of Australia, Deputy Governor, Guy Debelle has told a CEDA audience in Adelaide. Read more…


Don't waste this energy crisis

All players in the energy market need to move quickly and not waste the energy market crisis, AEMO Chief Executive, Audrey Zibelman said at a CEDA event in Victoria on Australia’s energy market outlook. Read more…


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