What Impact will the Research Quality Framework have on Knowledge Production and Diffusion in Australia’s New Generation Universities?
The likely impact of Australia’s new research funding model – the Research Quality Framework – on knowledge production and transfer in the country’s New Generation Universities.
||Research Quality Framework, Research Funding for Universities, Knowledge Production, Knowledge Transfer, Business Research
International Journal of Knowledge, Culture and Change Management, Volume 6, Issue 2, pp.55-62.
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Gita Sankaran is Lecturer (Publications Program) at the Graduate College of Management in Southern Cross University (SCU). She has an MPhil (Linguistic Philosophy) from the University of Delhi, MSc (Public Relations) from the University of Stirling and MIM (Archives and Records Management) from the University of New South Wales. She is a doctoral candidate at SCU researching knowledge diffusion from practitioner research.
Stewart Hase is a psychologist with an interest in work, and work and learning. He is fascinated by processes within organisations and particularly by expressions of intrapsychic phenomena and how to use psychotherapeutic methods to address them.
Shankar Sankaran teaches knowledge management to MBA students and supervises doctoral students researching in the area of knowledge management. He also assists organisations implementing knowledge management as part of his research portfolio. Prior to joining academia he was a Director of Engineering at the regional headquarters of a Japanese multinational company.
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