27th March 2017
Living with Trump, preparing for Brexit, the risks and opportunities of Populism.
Established political parties are struggling across the developed world. Explanations include increasing inequality; slower economic growth; more migration; or widening cultural divides between city and regional areas.
John Daley is the inaugural Chief Executive of Grattan Institute, which provides independent, rigorous and practical solutions for Australia’s most pressing public policy issues. The current programs of Grattan Institute focus on productivity growth, cities, school education, tertiary education, energy and health.
John will discuss living with Trump, preparing for Brexit, the risks and opportunities of Populism and address questions including - Is sensible policy reform still possible in Australia? What will it take? How can Australia achieve better policy outcomes amid this changing political landscape?
John’s work at Grattan Institute has focused on economic and budgetary reform. He is particularly interested in government prioritisation. His other interests include analysing the situations in which government intervention is justified, and the limits to government.
Please join us at the latest event ion our Economic Series.
Venue: RACV Club Private Dining Room
L1 / 501 Bourke Street
27th March 2017, 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Ticket Price includes GST
Bookings Close: 25th March 2017