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International entrepreneurship: evidence on Australian born global firms
Entrepreneurship and the entry of new firms into the market are important drivers of job creation and long-term economic growth. This paper looks at Australian firms that are ‘born global’, entering export markets in their first year.
Sharpening the BLADE: missing data imputation using supervised machine learning
In this paper, we aimed to help practitioners of Business Longitudinal Analysis Data Environment (BLADE) achieve greater data coverage. To do this we used artificial intelligence to develop PyImpuyte – a Python package that simplifies the task of imputing missing values in datasets.
Business performance of Enterprise Connect participants
This research paper assesses the impact of participation in the Enterprise Connect (EC) program on business performance. The Enterprise Connect program provided advisory services and grants to Australian small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) between 2009 and 2014.
Impact of Commercialisation Australia on business performance
This staff research is a study of the Commercialisation Australia (CA) programme, which ran from 2009 to 2014. Firms that participated in the program had higher increases in turnover growth, research and development (R&D) and capital expenditure than similar businesses.