Business and universities are different but complementary parts of the national innovation system and the effectiveness of the system depends on them working together. Linkages require reciprocity and both sectors need to play a role in initiating and strengthening them; neither sector can act in isolation from the other and all parties need to respond to the needs and concerns of the others.
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1. Schools, Australia 2010, catalogue number
4221.0 … Education Commission
2010 Annual Report.
4. Independent Schooling … The Australian,
December 20, 2010.
7. Australian vocational education …
of university business is teaching domestic Bachelor degree students. In 2010 … GDP
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The Commonwealth’s total outlays … the Rudd‐Gillard Government since
2008. In 2010 real recurrent outlays …
cluster, 2001 to 2010
% of total load
Cluster … expensive fields
Comparing Commonwealth-supported load at 2001 and 2010 … in
2010 (at constant 2011 values). The increase was 24.3%, compared …
and_-analysis/2010/go8-infrastructure-survey-report-2009 … 2010 (see Tables A2.3 and A2.4).
V & W Does not include private … on 1 March 2010 and teaching ended on 4 June 2010 (13
weeks) with a census …
the World, which won the 2010 Frandson Award for Literature in the
Field … in the Department of Innovation, Industry,
Science and Research in January 2010 … and as a Director of a number
of other Australian companies. In 2010 Professor Hilmer …
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The array of social, cultural and economic benefits arising from Go8 university activities.
The Go8 exists to: enhance the contribution of its member universities to the nation’s social, economic, cultural and environmental well-being and prosperity; extend the contribution of its member universities to the generation and preservation of the world’s stock of knowledge; strengthen Australia’s capacity to engage in and benefit from global developments, respond to global and local challenges; and expand opportunities for Australian students, regardless of background, to participate in world-class higher education.