future [inc] launches
"We want to stimulate a more lively debate around what's on the horizon for our nation and the best ideas to position our economy for success in the future."
Tim Gullifer FCA, 2013 President, Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia
What happens when the music stops
Our resources industry is important now, but we're far from the only country to benefit from a wealth of natural resources – what happens when commodity prices drop? How can we make sure that all this focus on one industry doesn't diminish our capabilities in other sectors?
Are we expecting too much from the government
If the tax base continues to narrow, which is likely, then the size and role of the government in our economy will need to renegotiated. What we think best, and what we can afford will inevitably clash, particularly if we think that the role of the government we have now is what it always will be.
Future [inc]'s first paper - Developing a plan for Australia's economic prosperity is launched.
Read the paper.
future [inc] Business Think Tank
Hear from the business community as they discuss the economic challenges our nation faces and the priorities for the next term of government.
In An economic policy platform for the next term of government we present perspectives to assist Australia's political leaders in shaping their agenda about what the federal government should be focusing on in the next term of parliament.
Hear from Lee White, CEO of Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, as he discusses the purpose of An economic policy platform for the next term of government.
The first 100 days: priorities for a stronger economy publication is released
Short-term gain vs long-term prosperity? Productivity reform is essential for our economic future
Hypothetical on business ethics
View Geoffrey Robertson's address on 'Hypothetical on business ethics' at the Chartered Accountants Leadership in Government Awards.
'Why business ethics matter to your bottom line': Institute paper discusses the importance of business ethics
Commission of Audit submission
Read the Institute's comments on the terms of reference of the National Commission of Audit.
20 ISSUES ON BUSINESS INNOVATION
As the economy undergoes significant structural change, innovation is becoming an increasingly important factor in Australia's long term economic prosperity.
FINANCIAL SYSTEM INQUIRY
Read the Institute's submission for the Terms of Reference for the federal government's Financial System Inquiry.
"We need to ensure that we have the policy settings in place that will help to bring down the cost of doing business in Australia."
Senator the Hon Mathias Cormann, Minister for Finance, Acting Assistant Treasurer & Senator for Western Australia
WA Business Forum 2014
Read our comments and recommendations for this year's budget.
Federal Budget Tax Bulletin
Institute Head of Tax Policy, Michael Croker, is taking part in the stakeholder lock-up. We will be compiling a number of resources with the latest commentary, analysis and information on the Federal Budget announcement, including a special edition of the Tax Bulletin produced in conjunction with Thomson Reuters.
View special edition of the Tax Bulletin
Top 10 tax and superannuation issues emerging from the 2014-15 Federal Budget – What your clients need to know
CEO Lee White discusses the Australia and New Zealand budgets
Developing a plan for New Zealand’s continued prosperity launches.
Read the paper
Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand CEO Lee White discusses policy priorities for the New Zealand 2014 general election.
Join the debate on 16th September on Developing a plan for New Zealand’s continued prosperity, part of Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand’s future[inc] thought leadership series.
Is policy making measuring up? Rethinking how we measure the success of a nation launches. Can we use other measures of national success other than GDP?
Read the paper