Monthly Archives: July 2014

Ever wanted to peer-review your own papers? Too much vibration and not enough control!


Have you ever thought how much easier it would be to get published if you could review you own papers for journals? Well, here’s the story of one, initially successful but ultimately unsuccessful, attempt to do just that. As one … Continue reading

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Higher Education in Australia and England: policy transfer and a race nobody can win?


The last couple of decades or so have seen significant change in the higher education systems of both Australia and England. From systems that were essentially free to undergraduate students with no charges for fees and which also provided non-repayable … Continue reading

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