What’s next as global rankings turn 20

In Features this morning Angel Calderon (RMIT) on what’s changed, what’s about to, two decades in

“Australia is a lucky country. Over the past twenty years, Australia’s scholarly output growth was above the rate of the United States and the United Kingdom and many other Western countries, but significantly below the rate of China, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, and Saudi Arabia. However, Australia’s growth rate over the past five years is weakening,” he writes, HERE