Come to this analysis and networking event and join our panel of Professor Tony Makin (Griffith University), Gene Tunny (Adept Economics) and Natasha Doherty (Deloitte Access Economics), to discuss the recent state budget and alternative ways forward.
Audience participation is encouraged, and we are looking forward to stimulating ideas and conversation that can guide businesses, policy makers and politicians. With a state election due in October next year, this is a particularly good time to be throwing new ideas into the mix.
The last state budget saw Queensland increasing debt and expenditure, with a heavy reliance on coal royalties to maintain surpluses. The government stressed its expenditure on job creating infrastructure, while the opposition stressed the need for financial prudence.
Who is right? Could they both be right?
Our panel will analyse from different perspectives where we are today, where we could go tomorrow and how that could be achieved.
The function will be held after work in the offices of Jones Lang LaSalle and includes food and drink.
|When:||July 18, 2019 at 6:00 for 6:30 panel discussion|
|Where:||Level 39, 345 Queen Street, Brisbane (Offices of Jones Lang LaSalle)|
|Price:||General: $50 or $40 early bird
Member: $40 or $30 early bird
Student: $30 or $20 early bird
|Booking:||To book click here.|