Grattan 2019 Budget panel discussion I’m participating in at Qld State Library

I’m really pleased to have been invited to be one of the panelists in the Grattan Institute’s upcoming panel discussion on the 2019 federal budget on the evening of Tuesday 9 April, one week after the budget, at the Queensland State Library in South Brisbane. The other panelists are Danielle Wood, a program director at the Grattan Institute, and Sarah Amos, a Director in PwC’s Brisbane office. Here is the blurb:

Set to take place a week after the federal budget (and on the cusp of a federal election), this State of Affairs event will ask what does it all mean? Will the budget finally get to surplus and does it matter? What will be the longer-term economic implications for Queensland and the nation? And what impact might it have on the imminent federal election? Join our panel of experts to hear their analysis and insights.

You can register via the Grattan website:

2019 Federal Budget: unpacking the economics and politics for Queensland and Australia

I hope to see a few of my Brisbane-based readers there.

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