Impact and Value of Social Science

‘Australia, by contrast, is a services economy, so we regularly innovate in health, management, social programs, education and finance – and we have the industries eager to take up these innovations. These will be the products of social science research. They are less tangible, but no less impactful and economically valuable, with inherent translation mechanisms.’

Professor Elizabeth Kendall

Source: The Conversation.

Photo: Zuleyka Zevallos

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