Outlook Conference 2018


Outlook Conference 2018

How do we sustain Australia's economic growth without sacrificing social equity?

The leading national forum on economic and social policy, the Outlook Conference brings together thought-leaders and policy influencers for rigorous discussion of issues facing Australia today. This is the 12th Outlook Conference and will focus on the balance between economic growth and social equity – and how this balance affects and is affected by political ambition.

This year the Outlook Conference Cocktail Party and Dinner will take place on Thursday 11 October at the National Gallery of Victoria and include a keynote from the Honorable Bill Shorten MP, Leader of the Opposition. Tickets can be purchased as part of a two day package or purchased separately.

Join us on the morning of Friday 12 October for the Breakfast Roundtables: an opportunity for in-depth discussion of key policy issues affecting Australia, guided by subject-matter experts. The Breakfast Roundtables are free to attend and breakfast is provided. For those not attending a Roundtable, a separate networking breakfast will be available.

On Friday evening the Melbourne Institute and Women in Economics Network will host the WEN Cocktail Party. This event is open to all two day and Friday delegates and is free to attend.

The conference is proudly presented by the Melbourne Institute and The Australian.

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