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8163.0 - Patterns of Innovation in Australian Businesses, 2005  
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AATS&E (Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering) (2006). "Public support for science and innovation in Australia", Research paper submitted to the Productivity Commission by Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering, July 2006.

DITR (Department of Industry, Tourism and Resources) (2006). "Collaboration and Other Factors of Influencing Innovation Novelty in Australian Businesses".

Eurostat(a) (2007). "Community Innovation Statistics", Statistics in Focus, Science and Technology, 72/2007, European Communities, 2007.

Eurostat(b) (2007). "Community Innovation Statistics", Statistics in Focus, Science and Technology, 61/2007, European Communities, 2007.

OECD (1992). "Proposed Guidelines for Collecting and Interpreting Technological Innovation", (Oslo Manual), OECD, Paris.

Pattinson W., Ovington J., and Finlay E. (1995). "Innovation in Australian Industry: Does it happen? Is it important?" ABS paper presented at the "Technology Adoption and Skills Level, Wages and Employment Conference", Washington.

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