Consequences of Big or Small Australia? CEDA Research Report

Consequences of Big or Small Australia? CEDA Research Report

NSW
Mar 23

Online registration is now closed. Please contact Sharon Braun on 03 9652 8409 if you have any queries. The major CEDA research policy report - 'A Greater Australia: Population, Policies and Governance' - will examine policies and will develop alternate approaches to key policy failings that have generated public concern with population growth.

 

Speakers

 

 Public event
 23/03/2012
 Shangri-La Hotel, 176 Cumberland Street, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW

 Population
 Lunch (11.15am to 2.00pm)

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OVERVIEW

Debate surrounding a "Big or Small" Australia has perpetuated many myths about population in Australia - the notion that our nation has a holding capacity which has been reached, that population growth brings with it environmental damage, social and economic costs.

The CEDA research report brings together the best ideas on the various dimensions of a growing, diverse and ageing population. Experts from a range of disciplines have brought their perspectives to create a well-researched picture of Australia now and in the future. This CEDA Report - A Greater Australia - reflects CEDA's commitment to provide independent thought leadership and policy perspective to this debate.

At this report launch, you will hear from authors and have the opportunity to debate their ideas and perspectives. All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of the report.

MEET THE SPEAKERS

Report Launch
Professor Graeme Hugo, ARC Australian Professorial Fellow, The University of Adelaide

The population debate
Dr Paul Grimes, Secretary, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities
Professor Jonathan Pincus, Visiting Professor, School of Economics, The University of Adelaide

Population - The infrastructure imperative
Henry Ergas, Professor of Infrastructure Economics, University of Wollongong
Mike Mrdak, Secretary, Department of Infrastructure and Transport

Align your brand with CEDA and communicate with hard-to-reach business, government and policy leaders by sponsoring this event. Contact Sharon Braun on 03 9652 8409.

 

Registration fees (incl GST)

CEDA members and guests

$170 per person
$1292 table of 8
$1518 table of 10

Non members

$280 per person

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