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DAVID CHARLES. The Re-emergence of Industrial Policy – Theresa May and Donald Trump Style

One of the consequences of the UK Brexit vote and the election of Donald Trump as the next US President is the association with the re-emergence of industrial policy in both countries which are important for the development of policy … Continue reading

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DAVID CHARLES. Venture Capital and Start Ups – Is Berlin an example for Australian capital cities?

  During a visit to Berlin in mid September this year I was struck by the way the venture capital and start up scene in Berlin had shifted from being something of an exotic hothouse flower to one of the … Continue reading

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David Charles. The National Innovation and Science Agenda – Will it be different this time?

The Prime Minister and his government are welcoming us to the ideas boom. Showing a great sense of timing the innovation statement was made almost at the same time that Atlassian was listing on the NASDAQ. The Statement points to … Continue reading

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David Charles. Innovation, Disruption, Growth and Jobs of the Future

What a difference a day makes to so many things including innovation. Immediately prior to the replacement of Tony Abbott by Malcolm Turnbull the Commonwealth Government barely had innovation, to say nothing of digital disruption and start ups, on its … Continue reading

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David Charles. Innovation in Australia.

Policy Series.  Australia is currently facing a challenging situation in which the economy needs to transform from one very largely driven by investments in the minerals and energy sector to one which has a wider spread of investment drivers. The … Continue reading

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