Budget balance: budget repair options

Budget balance: budget repair options

SA
Apr 13
At the release of CEDA's first research report for 2016, leading economists and public finance experts will discuss options for repairing Australia's federal budget and the path back to surplus.
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Speakers

Dr John Edwards, Board Member, Reserve Bank of Australia
Dr Rodney Maddock, Adjunct Professor in Economics, Monash University Vice Chancellor's Fellow, Victoria University

Event Overview

Through successive Australian governments our public finances have been a contentious issue and despite attempts at repair, the budget continues to be in deficit. Repairing the budget seems like a daunting job but could be easily achieved with the right package of reforms.

CEDA's first report for 2016, Deficit to balance: budget repair options, will assess and model revenue and expenditure policies and will recommend a menu of options to bring the budget into balance by the end of the decade and beyond.

All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of Deficit to balance: budget repair options.

Join leading economists and business commentators to add your voice to this pivotal discussion on the future of Australia.

 

Meet the speakers

Dr John Edwards
Board Member, Reserve Bank of Australia

Dr Rodney Maddock
Adjunct Professor in Economics, Monash University Vice Chancellor's Fellow, Victoria University

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