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Higher education : a policy discussion paper
Bib ID 1762275
Format BookBook
Description Canberra : Aust. Govt. Pub. Service, 1987 
vi, 126 p. ; 25 cm. 
ISBN 0644071028
Notes

"Circulated by The Hon. J.S. Dawkins, MP, Minister for Employment, Education and Training".--t.p.

Known as: Dawkins green paper.

"December 1987"--t.p.

Subjects Education, Higher - Australia.  |  Higher education and state - Australia.  |  Universities and colleges - Amalgamations - Australia.  |  State aid to higher education - Australia.  |  Federal aid to higher education - Australia.  |  Manpower policy - Australia.
Other authors/contributors Dawkins, John, 1947-  |  Australia. Department of Employment, Education and Training
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