Treasurer Josh Frydenberg has just released the five-yearly Intergenerational Report. The report was delayed by a year due to COVID-19, and it finds it’s the pandemic population freeze that’s set to have the biggest economic impact over the next 40 years.
That means productivity is going to have to do all the heavy lifting to drive our future growth and prosperity, and fund the essential services we value so much.
But does the report get it right on the key issues shaping our future?
To get a view on this, CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento is joined by ANU demographer Dr Liz Allen, public sector governance and finance expert Stephen Bartos, and Social Outcomes Economics Consultant Nicki Hutley; she’s also on the Climate Council.
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