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The Australia Institute’s Revenue Summit 2023 will today host economists, taxation experts and politicians to discuss and explore how we meet Australia’s growing public spending needs over the coming decades.

Speakers

Hon Dr Andrew Leigh MP | Assistant Minister for Competition, Charities and Treasury, and Assistant Minister for Employment
Senator Barbara Pocock AM | Greens Spokesperson for Finance, Employment and Public Sector, Senator for South Australia
Senator David Pocock | Independent Senator for Australian Capital Territory
Dr Monique Ryan MP | Independent Member for Kooyong
Dai Le MP | Independent Member for Fowler
Dr Mike Keating AC | former Head of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
Emeritus Professor Bruce Chapman | Professor of Business and Economics Australian National University, Senior Economic Advisor to former Prime Minister Paul Keating
Professor Patricia Apps | Professor of Public Economics, The University of Sydney
Professor John Quiggin | UQ Laureate Fellow, School of Economics, The University of Queensland
Professor Peter Yu AM | Vice-President, First Nations Portfolio at the Australian National University
Associate Professor Elise Klein OAM | Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University
Annie Butler | Federal Secretary, Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation
Dr Terri MacDonald | Director Public Policy and Strategic Research, National Tertiary Education Union
Maiy Azize | National Spokesperson, Everybody’s Home
Dr Mark Zirnsak | Spokesperson, Tax Justice Network Australia
June Riemer | Deputy CEO, First People Disability Network
David Sligar | Director, Egality
Dr Greg Jericho | Chief Economist, The Australia Institute
Dr Richard Denniss | Executive Director, The Australia Institute

Where: Australian Parliament House, Canberra

When: 9am – 5pm Friday 27 October 2023

Media contact: Chris Redman 0457 974 636

Media passes are available – please contact chris@australiainstitute.org.au 

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