Research to excellence
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What Peter Drucker described as the "knowledge economy" in 1969 is now a competitive global market, with higher education at its centre. While Australian universities have competed for full-fee-paying international students since 1985 and enrolments have grown spectacularly since 1996, the real global competition is in research - for the best researchers, students, facilities, journals and the most money.
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