Australian Innovation Research Centre

AIRC Working Paper Series

The AIRC Working Paper Series features papers arising from ongoing research projects at the Centre.

Working Papers are divided into two general themes: the 'TIC' prefix denotes papers specific to the Tasmanian Innovation Census, while the 'WP' prefix denotes papers related to Innovation more generally.

The copyright for each working paper is held by the author(s).

 Tasmanian Innovation Census
ISSN: 1836-4969

TIC/0612 - Technological & Methodological Issues for the 2010 Tasmanian Innovation Census
Dr Ann Torugsa & Kieran O'Brien
November 2012
Technological & Methodological Issues for the 2010 Tasmanian Innovation Census


TIC/0511 - Patterns of Collaboration for Innovation amongst Innovating Firms in Tasmania
Dr Ann Torugsa
4 October 2011
Patterns of Collaboration for Innovation amongst Innovating Firms in Tasmania (PDF 591 KB)


TIC/0409 - Structure, Business Demographics and Innovation in Burnie
Kieran O'Brien, Anthony Arundel and Sophie Jerrim
September 2009
Structure, Business Demographics and Innovation in Burnie (PDF 1.2 MB)


TIC/0308 - Structure, Business Demographics and Innovation in Tasmanian Manufacturing
Professor Keith Smith and Kieran O'Brien
28 October 2008
Structure, Business Demographics & Innovation in Tas Manufacturing (PDF 2.5 MB)


TIC/0208 - Technical and Methodological Issues in the Tasmanian Innovation Census
Kieran O'Brien, Sophie Jerrim and Professor Keith Smith
20 August 2008
Technical and Methodological Issues (PDF 271.3 KB)


TIC/0108 - Innovation in Tasmania: An innovation census in an Australian State
Professor Keith Smith, Kieran O'Brien and Sophie Jerrim
22 July 2008
An Innovation Census in an Australian State (PDF 308.0 KB)

Innovation
ISSN: 1836-4977

WP/0810 - Growth, skills and innovation in the Tasmanian industrial structure: key changes over time and potential for future growth
Kieran O'Brien
Growth, skills & innovation in the Tas industrial structure 2 (PDF 1.3 MB)


WP/0809 - Constructing Advantage through Regional Development Platform Methods (RDPM): Towards a new approach to Regional Development Policy in the Cradle Coast Region, Tasmania
Dr Tony McCall
Cradle Coast Region RDPM (PDF 1.0 MB)


WP/0710 - Innovation and Public Policy - The Challenge of an Emerging Paradigm
Professor Ian Marsh
Innovation & Public Policy (PDF 188.8 KB)


WP/0610 - Tasmanian Futures: Designing and Implementing an Innovation Strategy - Launching a Food Industry Strategy
Rod Stolorz
Launching a Food Industry Strategy (PDF 458.2 KB)


WP/0510 - Spatial Innovation in Tasmania: Constructing Advantage through regional Development Platform Methods (RDPM)
Professor Paul Robertson
Spatial Innovation in Tasmania (PDF 274.7 KB)


WP/0410 - Building Regional Innovation Capability: The Coal River Valley Experience
Dr Susan Nelle
Building Regional Innovation Capability (PDF 666.8 KB)


WP/0308 - Transaction Costs, Trust, and the Structuring of Markets
Professor Paul Robertson
Transaction Costs, Trust, and the Structuring (PDF 279.5 KB)


WP/0208 - Distributed Knowledge Bases in Low and Medium Technology Industries
Professor Paul L Robertson and Professor Keith Smith
Distributed Knowledge Bases in Low & Medium (PDF 229.2 KB)


WP/0108 - Resource Based or Resource Cursed? A Brief (and selective) History of the Australian Economy since 1901
Professor Paul L Robertson
Resource Based or Resource Cursed (PDF 205.8 KB)