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Advance Australia where? Economic hypotheticals

Event Date: 
06 May 2014
Time: 
11:45am
Venue: 
Hyatt Regency Perth

 

Overview

CEDA welcomes a panel of Australia’s leading economists and visionaries to debate a range of economic hypothetical scenarios and what they would mean for Australia.

At this entertaining CEDA event, our panel will explore answers to the following questions and more:

  • Which industries will surge and which ones will wane over the next two decades?
  • What will be Australia’s role in the Asia Pacific region in 2030?
  • What economic impacts can we expect if Australia's population surpasses 35 million?
  • What would happen on a global scale if the world fell into "GFC Mark II” and what might be the cause?
  • Would the impact be positive or negative on Australia if the world’s largest economies were to surge, or indeed, decline?
  • On a more local level, what does Western Australia look like in 2030?
  • Can the mining industry’s current output be sustained into the 2020s, and what would be the outcomes of this?
  • Have we managed to diversify economically and supply essential infrastructure – if so, how?

Meet the facilitator

Matt Sherwood
Head of Investment Market Research, Perpetual

Meet the panellists

Dr Chris Caton
Chief Economist, BT Financial

Saul Eslake
Chief Economist, Bank of America Merrill Lynch

Phil Ruthven
Founder and Chairman, IBISWorld 

 

 

Organiser: 
Committee for Economic Development of Australia
Alicia.chambers@ceda.com.au
ceda.com.au
6104 7104
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