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In September 2016, the Queensland government asked the Queensland Productivity Commission to conduct an inquiry into manufacturing to identify policies to improve the sector’s productivity and competitiveness. This final report sets out a policy action plan to support a strong and diverse manufacturing sector.
This report goes beyond these state-wide findings to examine the role and contribution of the Queensland tourism industry at a regional level.
This report explores Queenslanders' perceptions and attitudes towards innovation, specifically looking at how the Queensland public define innovation, their overall level of interest in it and the barriers and enablers to achieving an innovative culture.
This Queensland government Open Data policy statement has been drafted with input from businesses, academia, industry associations and the community.
This strategy consultation paper has been developed as a way to start the discussion around how Queensland can take advantage of opportunities in the drones industry.
This Roadmap outlines Queensland's vision for the sector to become a global leader in the development of commercially valuable solutions for the energy and resources industry worldwide.
Many countries are pursuing innovation-led industry policies engaging in long-run strategic investments to create and shape industry trajectories rather than just responding to problems of industry decline. This has required public agencies to lead and direct the creation of new technological opportunities and innovations. The...
As part of the Arts for all Queenslanders Strategy development, Stuart Cunningham proposes a working concept of innovation for arts and cultural sector.
Innovation is an overworked buzzword, a cliché which any serious thinking person can see through immediately. If that is what you...
The uptake of alternative energy technologies by Australian electricity consumers (e.g. solar PV, demand solutions, energy efficiency, eventually energy storage, etc.) often in creative business models, such as Alternative Energy Sellers, is already impacting the conventional major energy players in terms of declining market shares,...
Energy from waste (EfW) refers to converting waste materials into fuels, or energy in the form of electricity, heat, or cooling. The discussion paper provides a set of proposed principles to help guide EfW developments in a way that ensures human health and the environment...