Wed, 14 Sep 2016
In its response to the National Research Infrastructure Capability Issues Paper, the ABDC says an economically prosperous nation is needed to achieve the objectives of the current national research priorities.
It questions the current narrow definition of ‘infrastructure capability,’ which largely excludes business and economics research. It says the definition does not take into account the significant number of Australian business schools with very high international research rankings.
The ABDC is also concerned about the lack of investment in significant research infrastructure that underlies a lot of business and economics research, like ‘big data’ from financial markets – research vital to translating world-class science outcomes into significant commercial successes.
The key ABDC Recommendations are:
To view our full submission, see link below.
ABDC Response to National Research Infrastructure Capabilities consultation – Sept 2016Download or View