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This paper reports and analyses the findings of interview based research dealing with the changing rôle of business associations in Australian politics and public policy. The paper argues that the traditional rôles and the context in which such associations operated are now rapidly changing. New...
Surveys of the demographics of academic staff at four Australian universities in 1978/9, 1984 and 1990 show a steadily increasing female participation. But throughout the period, women tended to occupy lower ranks, and to have lower qualifications, than men. This paper examines the extent to...
This paper surveys the development of Australian “think tanks” over the past four years. It focuses on research organisations that draw on the social sciences and it covers the academic, government and business sectors. The evidence points to continued growth both in the variety and number of...
This paper examines all New Zealand listed public companies in the years 1987, 1990 and 1993 to highlight changes over time in interlocking directorates. Potential company and individual director interlocks, as well as average board size, are found to have decreased since 1984. This points to a...
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