The men with the golden arms

Maslen, Geoffrey
December 1996
Bulletin with Newsweek;12/10/96, Vol. 116 Issue 6050, p48
Reports on attempts by Australia's public universities to derive revenue from their commercial branches. The grapeVINE project of the University of New South Wales; Unisearch, the commercial arm of the university; The association of the commercial arms of universities, the Australian Tertiary Institutions' Commercial Companies Association; The nations involved in the association; Reasons for the expansion of Australian and regional universities into commercial ventures; More.


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