DIISRDepartment of Innovation Industry Science and Research (Australia)
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Nearly a third of Australian SBs operate in regional Australia (DIISR, 2011) and, in total, these Regional-SBs make a vital contribution to their local economy.
This is a vital issue; if affirmed, the perceived high-risk/poor-credit worthiness of SBs is valid (Carter and Auken, 2006; DIISR, 2012).
Regional-SBs contribute a third of the Australian SBs average statistics (DIISR 2012).
1--the continuity rate) for SBs and 27.1 per cent for medium-to-large-businesses; A Dun and Bradstreet study looking at one million SBs show that 55 per cent attained a low credit ranking (Hammond, 2012); and DIISR (2012) found a four-year (2007-11) survivorship of 60.0 per cent for all Australian firms, that splits for large, medium and small firms into, respectively, 74.3, 75.8 and 59.7 per cent.
Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research (DIISR) (2011), Research Skills for an Innovative Future, DIISR, Canberra.
Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research (DIISR).
In 2008, 7,174 students completed a higher degree by research (HDR), an increase of 41% since 1998 (DIISR, 2009).
(1) A selection of the most important reports includes reports on traditional digital humanities and research infrastructure (American Council of Learned Societies, 2006; DIISR, 2011; ESF, 2011; ESFRI, 2006; NCRIS, 2008; Turner, 2008) and reports on internet studies and web archives (Dougherty et al., 2010; Thomas et al., 2010).
Department of Industry, Innovation, Science and Research (DIISR) (2010), Meeting Australia's Research Workforce Needs.
The most recent external analysis of the Australian innovation system, the 2008 Cutler Review, is itself typical of this trend (DIISR 2008).
Department of Industry Innovation Science and Research (2010) Australian Innovation System Report 2010, DIISR, Canberra.
ASTA is hopeful that the productive links between science and education that were fostered through DEST are maintained through high-quality communication between DEEWR and DIISR, leading to supportive decision-making on targetted teacher professional development, excellent teaching and learning resources and a much needed focus on improving the status of teaching in this country.