- Year: 2012
- Publisher: Regional Australia Institute
The Stocktake of Regional Research project provides people involved in regional development with easier access to the latest knowledge. The project also supports researchers who want to see their work taken up and used for the benefit of regions to connect their insights to decision makers.
The objective of seeking to determine the 50 most influential pieces of research was to obtain a clearer understanding of what research had, for better or worse, most influenced the thinking of researchers and policy makers in working on regional development issues in Australia.
This is a summary note covering an estimation of the 50 most influential pieces of research.