From deficit to balance: Budget repair options

From deficit to balance: Budget repair options

VIC
Apr 7
At this event, leading economists and public finance experts will discuss options for repairing Australia's public finances and the path back to surplus.
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Speakers

Dr John Edwards, Board Member, Reserve Bank of Australia
Fabienne Michaux, Head of Developed Markets Asia-Pacific (ex Japan) and Australian Country Head, Standard & Poor's
Terry Moran AC, Former Secretary, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet
Helen Silver AO, Former Secretary, Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet Chief General Manager, Workers Compensation, Allianz Australia Insurance

Event Overview

With Australia having not had a Federal Government budget surplus since the global financial crisis, CEDA has called together leading thinkers to consider the long term implications for our national economy and prosperity and the complex process of budget repair.

CEDA’s first research report for 2016 Deficit to balance: budget repair options will provide situation analysis and policy recommendations for bringing the budget into balance and maintaining balance for years ahead.

All attendees will receive a copy of CEDA’s Deficit to Balance: Budget repair options report.

 

Meet the speakers

Dr John Edwards
Board Member, Reserve Bank of Australia

Fabienne Michaux
Head of Developed Markets Asia-Pacific (ex Japan) and Australian Country Head, Standard & Poor's

Terry Moran AC
Former Secretary, Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet

Helen Silver AO
Former Secretary, Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet Chief General Manager, Workers Compensation, Allianz Australia Insurance

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