SA Report: The Economy
Monday, 2 July 2012
Author: ABC Radio Adelaide (Mornings)
The SA Report, now its second year, encourages healthy debate and discussion about our State.
How do South Australians feel we are performing as a State? Who really drives the political agenda? What can we do to keep our economy strong? What's the state of the arts in 'The Festival State'? How well are we developing our sporting infrastructure and fostering local sporting talent? Is Adelaide really Australia's most liveable city? How do our regional residents fair?
The debate featured here was on 'What score would you give the SA economy and why?', and the panel of economic experts dissected the state's financial situation and predicted what might happen over the next 12 months.
Panelists on the show were Peter Vaughan, CEO Business SA, Jane Kittel, Managing Director, Bank SA, John Spoehr, Executive Director, Australian Workplace Innovation and Social Research Centre, The University of Adelaide, Dick Blandy, Adjunct Professor of Economics, School of Management, Uni SA and Peter Martin, Economics Correspondent, SMH and The Age.
To access and download the audio file visit: http://blogs.abc.net.au/sa/2012/06/sa-report-the-economy-.html?site=adelaide&program=adelaide_mornings