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CEDA media release: CEDA puts the forgotten issues of climate policy back on the agenda

A research paper highlighting key flaws with the current climate policy options has been released today by the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). Read more…

21/06/2011


New high profile members elected to CEDA board

The National Chairman of CEDA, Mr Geoff Allen today announced the election of four new members to Board of the Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA). Read more…

29/11/2010


David Byers to leave CEDA

Chief executive David Byers will be leaving CEDA in October. Read more…

02/09/2010


CEDA launches the Prize for Excellence in Economics and Public Policy

To engage the brightest minds in the search for the best policy ideas, and to celebrate its 50th anniversary, CEDA has launched the annual Prize for Excellence in Economics and Public Policy. Read more…

02/07/2010


CEDA welcomes new Queensland State Director

CEDA is pleased to announce that is has appointed Mr Robert Fuller as its new State Director in Queensland. Read more…

06/10/2009


CEDA welcomes former US Consul-General Robin McClellan as WA State Director

CEDA has appointed well-known former US Consul General, Robin McClellan, as its new State Director in Western Australia. Read more…

06/10/2009


Carbon tax emerges as a genuine alternative

New modelling shows a carbon tax would have less impact on GDP and more impact on reducing emissions than cap-and-trade. Read more…

31/08/2009


Emissions trading: Another financial bubble set to burst?

While the Australian Government has settled on a greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions cap-and-trade scheme (the CPRS) as its primary policy response to climate change, a new CEDA report asks whether this is really the best and most durable approach. Read more…

10/08/2009


NBN Discussion Paper: Putting the regulatory cart before the structural horse

The Government’s proposed NBN reforms won’t correct fundamental structural problems within Australia’s broadband and telecommunications industry, according to Dr Michael Porter, Director of CEDA Research. Read more…

17/06/2009


CEDA 2017 outlook: Deficit and Trump risks for Australia

The 2017 CEDA Economic and Political Overview (EPO) publication being released today highlights that political and economic uncertainty, including a significant lack of geopolitical clarity, is recalibrating traditional views on Australia’s future. Read more…


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