CEPA Conference: Productivity, Regulation and Economic Policy

  • When9am – 5pm

  • When23 and 24 November 2022

  • WhereRoom 309, Steele Building (#3), UQ St Lucia or Online

About the conference

The Centre for Efficiency and Productivity Analysis (CEPA) is hosting a two-day conference event. The conference theme will cover cutting edge research in productivity analysis as well as issues of regulation of energy markets, modelling of land and housing, affordability and selected topics in health inequality and productivity.

The conference will see the participation of invited speakers from academia, government organisations, regulators and professional economists. Some of the confirmed participants include the Norwegian and Australian Energy regulators, the Australian Institute of Business and Economics (AIBE), CSIRO, e61, the University of Melbourne and the Vienna University of Economics and Business.

The conference will cover topics that are relevant for policy making and will aim at providing a networking opportunity for regulators, government agencies, academics and independent economists to meet and discuss these topics.

The conference will be held in a hybrid format, with both in-person and online registration options available. Attendance at the conference is complimentary, however you must register to attend. 

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CEPA is also hosting a two-day workshop on The System Approach to Efficiency and Productivity Measurement: Multi-Level Network Production Models, find out more information and register here

For more information, please contact

Antonio Peyrache & Alicia N. Rambaldi: cepa@uq.edu.au