|♦ SETTING ♦ DIRECTIONS ♦ FOR ♦ AUSTRALIAN ♦ RESEARCH||1|
|SETTING DIRECTIONS FOR AUSTRALIAN RESEARCH||3|
|Introduction to the Report||16|
|CHAPTER 1 Why set priorities?||19|
|CHAPTER 2 Research and its direction in Australia||31|
|CHAPTER 3 International comparisons||47|
|CHAPTER 4 Setting directions for Australian research||72|
|APPENDIX 1 Tables||91|
|APPENDIX 2 The nature of national direction-setting||97|
|APPENDIX 3 Direction-setting in practice; a model||106|
|APPENDIX 4 Abbreviations||110|
|APPENDIX 5 Membership of Working Party on Setting Directions for Australian Research||112|
Australian Science and Technology Council & Australian Research Council. (1990). Setting directions for Australian research : a report to the Prime Minister Retrieved March 7, 2021, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1940982242
Australian Science and Technology Council and Australian Research Council. Setting directions for Australian research : a report to the Prime Minister Canberra: Australian Govt. Pub. Service, 1990. Web. 7 March 2021 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1940982242>
Australian Science and Technology Council & Australian Research Council. 1990, Setting directions for Australian research : a report to the Prime Minister Australian Govt. Pub. Service, Canberra viewed 7 March 2021 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1940982242
| author1=Australian Science and Technology Council.
| author2=Australian Research Council.
| title=Setting directions for Australian research : a report to the Prime Minister
| section=xvi, 94 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.
| series=Parliamentary paper (Australia. Parliament) ;
| issue=PP no. 164 of 1990
| publisher=Australian Govt. Pub. Service
| access-date=7 March 2021
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