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2019-09-12

公共会计师协会(IPA)与IPA迪肯中小企业研究中心共同举办了一场具有里程碑意义的国际性会议,会议将重点关注澳大利亚经济面临的生产力危机。
“在制定澳大利亚小企业白皮书时,我们向澳大利亚各地的小企业询问了让这些企业在夜间仍然保持清醒的原因,”IPA首席执行官Andrew Conway说。
“过去20年来,澳大利亚的生产率增长率急剧下降,因此,要想维持澳大利亚现有的生活水平,我们必须解决这个问题。
“如果不遏制生产率增长的下降,我们后代的生活质量就会恶化。现在我们需要承担一些负担;支持小企业实现最佳目标。
“总之,我们致力让澳大利亚成为世界上最好的国家,吸引人才来此开办和经营小企业。
“在此过程中我们收获了一些成功,这包括建立中小企业研究中心,专门研究如何优化政策成果,以帮助推动小企业的生产力;它是世界上第一个如此专注中小企业发展的研究中心。
“与此同时,我们的小企业白皮书也获得了一些良好建议,包括贷款担保计划和证券化基金的建立等方向。
“但我们仍有很多工作要做,来以解决澳大利亚的生产力危机;我们需要政府,监管机构和政策制定者在形成政策时首先考虑“小”。
“小企业做得很艰难;他们在晚上也要保持清醒,为了努力生存,他们经常把自己的房子,家庭和幸福放在线上。因此,IPA正在寻求建立小企业心理健康的证据,继续提供实用的培训和支持,在提高小企业生活质量的道路上不断追求。“Andrew Conway教授说。

SMALL BUSINESS: BIG VISION LANDMARK CONFERENCE KICKS OFF

A landmark international conference being conducted by the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) in conjunction with the IPA Deakin SME Research Centre, will focus on the productivity crisis facing the Australian economy.
“In forming the Australian Small Business White Paper, we asked small businesses across Australia what was keeping those businesses awake at night,” said IPA chief executive officer, Andrew Conway.
“The productivity growth rate in Australia has declined dramatically over the past 20 years, so we need to fix this if we are to protect Australia’s standard of living.
“If we don’t arrest the decline in productivity growth there will be a worsening of quality of life for our future generations. We need to take some of the burden away; to support small business to achieve the best that they can.
“In short we need to make Australia the best country in the world to start and operate a small business.
“We have had some successes along the way including establishing the SME Research Centre, purely focused on better policy outcomes to drive small business productivity; the first of its kind in the world.
“Our Small Business White Paper also gained support for a number of our recommendations including loan guarantee schemes and the establishment of the securitization fund.
“But we still have much work to do to address Australia’s productivity crisis; we need government, regulators and policy setters to think ‘small’ first when it comes to forming policy.
“Small businesses are doing it tough; they are staying awake at night as they often put their house, family and well-being on the line as they strive to survive. As such, the IPA is seeking to build the evidence around mental health in small business continue to deliver practical training and support to boost the quality of life of small businesses,” said Prof Conway.

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