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Nuclear back-up for renewables

Read CEDA Chief Executives opinion piece on nuclear energy published in The Australian on Thursday 10 November 2011. Read more…

10/11/2011


Global Science and Technology Forum Annual Conference

CEDA Chief Executive, Professor the Hon. Stephen Martin, speaks at GSTF Annual Conference in Singapore. Read more…

07/11/2011


The State of Health: Everyone’s business

Health care is everyone’s business and is big business said NSW Minister for Health, Jillian Skinner at a CEDA function in NSW. Read more…

07/11/2011


Annual report 2010-11 released

Annual report 2010-11 released. Read more…

04/11/2011


CEDA media release: New CEDA WA Director starts

CEDA is pleased to announce that new WA State Director Liz Ritchie has officially started in her new position today. Read more…

03/11/2011


2011 CEDA Board of Governors meeting

The biannual CEDA Board of Governors Meeting discussed the significant economic issues confronting Australia, research papers release schedule, and the rise of China and its Implications for Australia. [Full content is only available to CEDA members] Read more…

02/11/2011


Rate cuts could boost Adelaide’s housing sector

While the November interest rate cut had helped the economy, a further cut in February would probably be needed to boost confidence and kick-start spending, said Bank SA, Managing Director, Jane Kittel at the 2011 Housing and Property Review hosted by the CEDA Adelaide. Read more…

01/11/2011


Professor Edenhofer to deliver 2012 Douglas Copland Lecture

CEDA is delighted to announce Professor Ottmar Edenhofer will deliver the 2012 Douglas Copland Lecture. Read more…

28/10/2011


Roxon and Wong: Building a sustainable health system

The community must get better at having discussions around healthcare issues, was the resounding message at a CEDA conference in Melbourne. Read more…

26/10/2011


Arts sector could help transform business performance

Partnerships between business and arts organisations could potentially transform the way business is done, both in terms of profit and culture, a panel of executives from the arts sector has told a Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) lunch in Adelaide. Read more…

21/10/2011


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