Economic policy

Article
7 April 2017

The global focus on US President Donald Trump has largely been on his inflammatory rhetoric and relative inexperience. A less substantive body of commentary has considered his policy platform,...

Article
7 April 2017

Economics is certainly important - however, no social science should labour under such delusions of centrality, writes Tim Thornton.

Report
2 March 2017

Australia’s economy has enjoyed considerable success in recent decades, reflecting strong macroeconomic policy, structural reform and the long commodity boom. Living standards and well-being are...

Audio program
23 February 2017

The influential former head of treasury, Ken Henry, has again hit out at the political process today in some of his strongest language yet about the dangers of economic inaction.

Conference paper
16 February 2017

Derived from an analysis of the Regional Development Australia Northern Inland Committee, this paper find that regional economic strategies may tend to reflect a bias towards structured processes...

Report
15 February 2017

CEDA's 2017 Economic and Political Overview (EPO) provides economic and political insights and also examines where growth will come from in 2017, ongoing domestic challenges, the prospect of a...

Report
30 January 2017

This report analyses the effects of immigration on New Zealand and how these effects should be considered in the immigration debate.

Other text
15 December 2016

CEDA's Top 10 Speeches is a collection of the most influential and interesting speeches from the CEDA platform throughout the year.

Audio podcast
13 December 2016

Former Chief Scientist of Australia, Professor Ian Chubb, industry leader, Dr Katherine Woodthorpe and Professor of Management, Danny Samson join Professor Glyn Davis to discuss Australia's...

Blog post
15 November 2016

Trump's impact will be greatest on Americans, but a substantial shift away from liberal internationalism would cause structural change in the global economy, writes Tom Conley.