Flinders Research NewsInvitation to provide feedback on the South Australian Productivity Commission’s Research and Development Inquiry Issues Paper
Professor Robert Saint, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Research) is inviting feedback on the South Australian Productivity Commission’s Research and Development Inquiry Issues Paper. The Issues Paper provides extensive analysis of South Australian R&D performance and invites comments and proposals for recommendations.
To enable the preparation of the Flinders Institutional Response, it would be appreciated if you could send comments and suggestions for recommendations that you would like included in the Flinders submission to Dr Ann-Louise Hordacre by Wednesday 3 June 2020.
Section 5, presents the key issues laid out as information requests, identifying key areas on which Flinders should provide comments and recommendations.
Please note that the South Australian Productivity Commission (SAPC) is undertaking two inquiries into research within South Australia – one inquiry into Health and Medical Research and one inquiry into Research and Development activities. For further information please refer to the SAPC website.
The University has already provided an Institutional response to the former, the Health and Medical Research Inquiry, while the above Issues Paper are in regard to the latter, the general Research and Development Inquiry.