The Resource The emergence of entrepreneurial public universities in Australia : paper presented at the IMHE General Conference of the OECD Paris, September 2000, Michael Gallagher

The emergence of entrepreneurial public universities in Australia : paper presented at the IMHE General Conference of the OECD Paris, September 2000, Michael Gallagher

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The emergence of entrepreneurial public universities in Australia : paper presented at the IMHE General Conference of the OECD Paris, September 2000
Title
The emergence of entrepreneurial public universities in Australia
Title remainder
paper presented at the IMHE General Conference of the OECD Paris, September 2000
Statement of responsibility
Michael Gallagher
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Language
eng
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Additional physical form
Also available online via the World Wide Web
Cataloging source
ADEET
Dewey number
379.1180994
Government publication
federal national government publication
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illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Series statement
Occasional paper series
Series volume
00/E
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The emergence of entrepreneurial public universities in Australia : paper presented at the IMHE General Conference of the OECD Paris, September 2000, Michael Gallagher
Publication
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  • Cover: Department of Education, Training and Youth Affairs, Higher Education Division
  • DETYA no. 6657.HERC O1A
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p. 55-58
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Control code
000022592174
Dimensions
25 cm
Extent
iv, 58 p.
Isbn
9780642456298
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.b19517014
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  • 22592174lg
  • (OCoLC)48129810

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