Australia's economic future- an agenda for growth

Australia's economic future- an agenda for growth

Jun 20
To maintain Australia's economic prosperity and ensure we continue to create high paying jobs of the future, Australia needs a genuine growth agenda to improve our competiveness, increase economic flexibility and drive investment in economic infrastructure and our people.
Do you have a login? Sign in now to prefill the registration form and access member benefits.


Professor John Hewson, Crawford School of Public Policy

Event Overview

At the South Australian release of CEDA's major research report for 2016, Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth speakers will discuss the report which explores:

  • An innovation agenda that helps position Australia on the technological frontier;
  • A National Productivity Policy to address unfinished reform and to remove inefficiencies in Australia's economy;
  • An education strategy to improve the outcomes for all students and ensure that funds are well spent;
  • A workforce plan to improve the economic engagement of all segments of society; and
  • Sensibly responding to climate change

All attendees will receive a complimentary copy of CEDA's major research for 2016, Australia's economic future: an agenda for growth.


Meet the speaker

Professor John Hewson
Crawford School of Public Policy

This page contains member only content

This page contains exclusive member only content. CEDA members can login to access this content. To enquire about the benefits of CEDA membership contact us.

Public event advice – Coronavirus

At CEDA we are proud to regularly convene and engage speakers and audiences as an essential element of our efforts to broaden discussion and debate of the most important policy issues facing Australia. In doing so, our first priority is always the safety and wellbeing of our guests and staff.

CEDA is currently delivering a digital program of public events, podcasts and virtual Trustee roundtable discussions; hybrid events with both a livestream and audience in attendance; and face-face events, where there is member demand and they can be delivered in accordance with government health advice for a specific state.

For face-to-face gatherings, CEDA is working closely with our hosts and venues to ensure that social distancing can be maintained and facilities and equipment have been properly sanitised. Attendance numbers will strictly adhere to government guidelines for each state.In line with government advice we request people that are unwell with cough or fever or other respiratory symptoms do not attend CEDA events. We also ask that you follow government advice and maintain social distancing by refraining from shaking hands or exchanging physical greetings, and wherever possible, staying at least 1.5 metres away from others.

CEDA will continue to closely monitor government advice regarding public gatherings and will follow all relevant health advice from the Australian government in relation to COVID-19.

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia and recognise their continuing connection to land, waters and culture. We pay our respects to their Elders past, present and emerging.

Twitter feed

ABN 49 008 600 922 | © 2020 CEDA |  Privacy and data collection