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A Brief History of the Corporation: 1600 to 2100

On 8 June, a Scottish banker named Alexander Fordyce shorted the collapsing Company’s shares in the London markets. But a momentary bounce-back in the stock ruined his plans, and he skipped t…

OECD national entry rates into advanced research programs and average age of new entrants. Australia is 10th, ahead of it from 1st to 9th are Germany, Slovenia and Switzerland, Austria, Denmark, Czech Republic, Slovak Republic, Iceland and Portugal. Behind Australia in 11th is United Kingdom, 13th China, 15th Korea, 17th New Zealand, 19th France, and 20th Russia.

Is Tertiary Education in NZ a Waste of Time & Money?

In a recent column on Why NZ’s return to investment in tertiary education is so low columnist Brian Fallow quotes an OECD study (440 pages) but actually gets his analysis mostly wrong. This …

There's over 1 million USA lawyers, 48% in 2013 use a tablet, 9 out of 10 of those an iPad: @Jeff Richardson of iPhoneJD.com fame.

2013 ABA Tech Survey once again shows surge in attorneys using iPhone, iPad

Every year, the ABA Legal Technology Resource Center conducts a survey to gauge the use of legal technology by attorneys in the United States. My thoughts on the prior reports are located here: 2012, 2011, 2010. No survey is perfect,...

Australian education exports in 2012 by recipient country. Students from China and India provide over a third of the $14.3 billion of revenue. There's considerable regional focus in that other nearby countries include Vietname ($756 m), Malaysia ($719 m), Indonesia ($581 m), Thailand ($540 m), Nepal ($419 m), Hong Kong ($392 m) and Pakistan ($308 m). Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Australian education exports in 2012 by recipient country. Students from China and India provide over a third of the $14.3 billion of revenue. There's considerable regional focus in that other nearby countries include Vietname ($756 m), Malaysia ($719 m), Indonesia ($581 m), Thailand ($540 m), Nepal ($419 m), Hong Kong ($392 m) and Pakistan ($308 m). Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Australian education exports in 2012 by state. Leading are the most populous east coast states of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. In 2012 they respectively attracted export revenue of $5,371 million, $4,365 million and $2,244 million. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Australian education exports in 2012 by state. Leading are the most populous east coast states of New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. In 2012 they respectively attracted export revenue of $5,371 million, $4,365 million and $2,244 million. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Australian education exports in 2012 by sector. Vocational education is second highest, taking 18.3%  of the $14.4 billion revenue from all sectors. The largest is higher education, attracting 67% of revenues in the sector. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

Australian education exports in 2012 by sector. Vocational education is second highest, taking 18.3% of the $14.4 billion revenue from all sectors. The largest is higher education, attracting 67% of revenues in the sector. Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics.

The rise and rise in the number of law graduates in USA 1970 to 2010.

The Law School Crisis, Visualized | Consult The Index