Growth, Skills and innovation in the Tasmanian industrial structure: key changes over time and potential for future growth
O'Brien, KR (2010) Growth, Skills and innovation in the Tasmanian industrial structure: key changes over time and potential for future growth. Working Paper. Australian Innovation Research Centre, Hobart.
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The main approach of this paper is to provide a descriptive picture of the Tasmanian
economy and key changes in the industrial structure over time, focusing on larger and
faster growing sectors, and mapping the characteristics of change across industry in
employment, output, occupations, qualifications, and productivity. The paper then
considers industries with potential for future growth based on areas of revealed
capability and innovation.
The paper draws on ABS data as well as data from the 2007 AIRC Tasmania
Innovation Census (TIC). The paper is structured in two main sections: the first
overviews historic structure and change across the Tasmanian economy and the
second section considers indicators for future growth in tem1S of industry capabilities
and innovation characteristics.
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