• 2008 Creative Industries in Healthcare QUT Oct 2008

    Creative Industries in Healthcare – QUT October 2008

    This study adopted a two‑pronged approach to investigate the contribution of Australia’s creative capability in assisting the healthcare system to provide health goods and services and to meet its challenges through innovation and change. First, we examined the census data for creative occupations within the healthcare system. Because the census data reveal only certain parts […]

  • 2008 Innovation Review AIIA comment on Culter report Oct 08

    Innovation Review – AIIA comment on Culter report – September 2008

    On behalf of its membership, AIIA congratulates the Innovation Review panel on a comprehensive and timely report into Australia’s innovation ecosystem. Venturous Australia provides a refreshingly holistic approach to innovation and in our view has identified many of the key levers for building Australia’s innovation strengths into the future. Many firms in the ICT sector are […]

  • 2008 EcoInnovation Policies in Australia OECD Aug 2008

    Eco-Innovation Policies in Australia – OECD August 2008

    The ambition of this report is to provide an empirical inventory of policies in place in Australia to promote eco-innovation. Considering that European countries had developed roadmaps for eco-innovation policies in the context of the European Commission Environmental Technology Action Plan (ETAP), the secretariat prepared an inventory of eco-innovation policies in eight non-EU OECD countries […]

  • 2008 NSW Creative Industry Economic Fundamentals DSRD Oct 20…

    NSW Creative Industry Economic Fundamentals – DSRD October 2008

    This report is the companion piece to NSW Creative Industry Insights. It provides the detailed economic fundamentals for the creative industry and for each of its sectors. This particular industry is not well served by comparable and comprehensive data. In developing this evidence base it has been necessary to utilise a range of data sources […]

  • 2008 Inside the Innovation Matrix ABF Oct 2008

    Inside the Innovation Matrix – ABF October 2008

    Innovation does not spring from nowhere. It is a process embedded in a creative matrix of human interactions which give it origin and form. This book explores those hidden human dimensions. The word innovation is ubiquitous in modern business and political life. Every organisation projects itself as innovative; every country strives to be innovative to […]

Broadcasting Convergence Report DCITA 2000

Broadcasting Convergence Report – DCITA 2000

This final report of the convergence review outlines a framework for the Commonwealth Government to address the impacts of structural convergence on policy formulation. This is the final of a series of policy reviews arising from the digital television legislation. The convergence review issues paper was released in November 1999 and 14 submissions were received […]

Australian Venture Capital Year Book - AVCAL

Australian Venture Capital Year Book – AVCAL 2000

The 2000 AVCAL Venture Capital Yearbook presents the spectrum of investment activity of the Australian venture industry. Venture Economics has worked in conjunction with AVCAL to survey the firms that comprise AVCAL’s membership. While the majority of the study is based on responses from the 26 firms that responded to our joint study ( a […]

2000 Chance to Change - Robin Batterham Final Report PMSEIC

Chance to Change – Final Report – Robin Batterham PMSEIC November 2000

Innovation is the driver of every modern economy – it is the key to competitiveness, employment growth and social well being. The cycle of innovation must be fed by new ideas and basic knowledge which are capable of being transferred and accepted by end-users. Our international partners and competitors are investing heavily in their SET […]

Australia’s ICT Research Base – PMSEIC November 2000

The primary conclusion of the Working Party is that while Australia has been a good user of Information and Communications Technology (ICT) it has not captured the major benefits of being a producer of ICT goods and services. This is demonstrated in Australia’s export and patent performance. There are a number of structural and organisational […]

Management Courses for IT Start-Ups – Clark NSW DSRD September 2000

This report presents details of management education and training courses suitable for: intending entrepreneurs who plan to establish enterprises in the information technology and telecommunication (IT&T) industries; principals of start-up and high growth enterprises in the IT&T industries; managers of entrepreneurial enterprises – other managers of high growth, but still relatively small, enterprises in the […]

Study of Government R&D Expenditure – John Howard February 2000

This report provides an overview of Commonwealth support for R&D by industry sector (ANSZIC code). These estimates are based upon an analysis of the socio-economic objectives of R&D funded by the Commonwealth. This is the first time the data has been presented in this form. It also contains information on the fields of research supported […]

The IT Engine Room – SME’s in Australia’s IT&T Industry – Benson Standen DCITA 1999

This report addresses the particular issues, challenges and opportunities for the information technology and telecommunications (IT&T) industry to promote, establish, nurture and grow its small and medium enterprises (SMEs). In particular, this report examines how the relationship between SMEs and their key stakeholders can drive mutual success. The audience for this report is the boardrooms […]

Psychology of Intelligence Analysis eBook – Dick Heuer CIA 1999

Dick Heuer’s ideas on how to improve analysis focus on helping analysts compensate for the human mind’s limitations in dealing with complex problems that typically involve ambiguous information, multiple players, and fluid circumstances. Such multi-faceted estimative challenges have proliferated in the turbulent post-Cold War world. Heuer’s ideas are applicable to any analytical endeavor. In this […]