Australia is great at research but struggles to capture its commercial benefits. The World Intellectual Property Organization’s 2020 Global Innovation Index ranks us 13th for innovation inputs, but 31st for innovation outputs. Bridging this gap is a growing focus for the government, as part of its ambition to make Australia a “leading digital economy by 2030”.
So what’s holding us back? And how can we use Australian research to not only drive the economy but also tackle social and environmental challenges?
For insight on these questions, CEDA CEO Melinda Cilento spoke with CSIRO Chief Executive Dr Larry Marshall and Microsoft Australia Managing Director Steven Worrall.
But first, Melinda is joined by CEDA Chief Economist Jarrod Ball to discuss some of the issues we’re thinking about at CEDA this week.
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