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Global energy transformation: implications for Australia’s resources and energy sector
Date: 18 October 2018
Presented by: Melissa Bray, General Manager, Economic Advice Service, Office of the Chief Economist
Event: AMPLA Annual Conference Keynote Address, Perth, Western Australia
Competition or collaboration: from which well does innovation spring?
Date: 15 May 2018
Presented by: David Turvey, a/g Chief Economist, Office of the Chief Economist
Event: Cooperative Research Centres (CRC) Association Conference, University of Technology Sydney.
Date: 14 December 2017
- Assistant Minister Angus Taylor, Cities and Digital Transformation
- Mark Cully, Chief Economist, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
Description: This presentation shows how linking datasets can bring novel insights into the operation of businesses in the Australian economy.
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Stuck in the middle? Mid-sized enterprises in the Australian economy presentation
Date: 8 September 2017
Presented by: Mark Cully, Chief Economist, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science
Event: Global Access Partners 8th Annual Economic Summit, NSW Parliament House, Sydney
Description: This presentation examines the size distribution of businesses in Australia and asks whether there are too few mid-sized and large businesses. It also looks at barriers that inhibit business size growth.
Innovation and productivity: new evidence from businesses
Date: 21 July 2017
Presented by: Mark Cully, Chief Economist, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.
Event: 2017 Economic and Social Outlook Conference, hosted by the Melbourne Institute and The Australian in Melbourne.
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