New South Wales



CBA Presentations 2015

Cost Benefit Analysis Forum 2015 - Who is Benefiting?

We hope you enjoyed the CBA Forum held 17th July.  Click on the links below to download presentations.  

Welcome Address - Amanda Chadwick

Are CBAs really delivering benefits - Simon Draper

Choosing the right options - David Pearce

The big infrastructure experience - Brendan Leary

The flexibility of CBA - Jeff Bennett

Cultural investment - Daniel Masters

Measuring what people value - John Rose

Considering social impacts in CBA - Kristy Muir

CGE - when should we use CGE - Peter Dixon

Economic value in a social infrastructure context - Sam Sangster     


 An Aussie View of Covid from Inside and Outside the Bubble

Dr Wolfers will share his thoughts on the Biden administration and the US economic outlook, impacts of the pandemic and responses, what we can learn from the US, what the US can learn from Australia, where the recoveries are similar and different, who wins and who is behind in the recovery. There will be time for discussion with the audience. Dr Wolfers is Australia-born, America-based and currently visiting Sydney.


Date From : Tue Apr 27, 2021 : 07:30
Date To : Tue Apr 27, 2021 : 09:00


 The Federal Budget 2021-22: A post-Budget briefing

Resuming a long-standing tradition, Secretary Kennedy will brief ABE members and guests about the architecture of the 2021-22 Federal Budget including forecasts, measures, impacts. This will be our first post-pandemic event presented in a venue. Take advantage of the opportunity to meet with colleagues over lunch. Dr Kennedy has agreed to field questions from the audience.


Date From : Tue May 18, 2021 : 12:30
Date To : Tue May 18, 2021 : 14:00


 Assumptions challenged, learnings and implications for debt…

ABE are pleased to present a briefing and discussion with

Mr Rob Nicholl
Chief Executive Officer
Australian Office of Financial Management (AOFM)


Date From : Tue Jun 8, 2021 : 12:30
Date To : Tue Jun 8, 2021 : 14:00


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