They Make A Desolation and They Call It F.A. Hayek: Australian Universities on the Brink of the Nelson Reforms. [essay]
This essay explores the role of the economist F.A. Hayek on the reforms to Australian Higher Education. It argues that the Nelson reforms bring Australian cost levels and structures closer to those of the US.
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Tertiary Foes. "Radical Students: The Old Left at Sydney University" by Alan Barcan and "The Diary of a Vice-Chancellor: University of Melbourne 1935–1938" by Raymond Priestley (ed. Ronald Ridley). [review] Crennan, Michael (Australian Book Review, 2002-12)Many thousands of undergraduates have walked under the stilts of the Raymond Priestley Building, which forms part of Melbourne University's great wind tunnel, with no thought of the person commemorated by its name. He was, ...
The Good Old School. "A Short History of the University of Melbourne" by Stuart Macintyre and R. J. W. Selleck and "The Shop: The University of Melbourne" by R. J. W. Selleck. [review] Morrison, Ian (Australian Book Review, 2003-08)R.J.W. Selleck’s "The Shop" - along with his "Short History", co-authored with Stuart Macintyre - is welcome evidence that this once insular institution is developing the capacity for self-analysis that it needs if it is ...
Speech opening Federation of Australian University Staff Associations Annual Conference, Flinders University Unknown author (2014-09-11)