New South Wales

Inclusive prosperity: How reducing income inequality can enhance productivity and growth


From: Tuesday November 10, 2015, 12:30 pm

To: Tuesday November 10, 2015, 2:00 pm

Australian Business Economists (ABE) are pleased to present a lunchtime briefing and discussion in partnership with Chifley Research Centre.
  • Cameron Clyne, former Group CEO, National Australia Bank
  • Verity Firth, CEO, Public Education Foundation
  • David Hetherington, Executive Director, Per Capita
  • Stephen Koukoulas, Managing Director, Market Economics
Details: Time: 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm Venue: Dixson Room, State Library, Macquarie Street, Sydney Cost: $75 members, $95 non-members, $760 tables (of 8 guests each) A working lunch will be served. Reservations and Further Inquiries To book on-line, please click here Enquiries: or call 0419 256 339 About the Panel: Cameron Clyne is a former Chief Executive Officer of National Australia Bank and now chairman of advisory firm Camel Partners and a member of the Chifley Research Centre Inclusive Prosperity Commission. Verity Firth is Chief Executive Office of the Public Education Foundation in Australia. She was formerly the Minister for Education and Training in New South Wales. Verity is a Fellow of the Senate of the University of Sydney. David Hetherington is the founding Executive Director of the progressive think tank Per Capita. He has previously worked at the Institute for Public Policy Research in London and for L.E.K. Consulting in Sydney, Munich and Auckland. Stephen Koukoulas is Managing Director of Market Economics Pty Ltd. Stephen served as senior economic advisor to Prime Minister Julia Gillard following a senior role in the Commonwealth Treasury and three years in London as the global head of research and strategy for TD Securities. Disclaimer: This is a partner event and the text provided above has not been completed by ESA.


State Library of NSW

Macquarie Street, Sydney NSW 2000

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