House of Representatives Committees

Former Committee: Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Resources

Committee activities (inquiries and reports)

39th Parliament (November 1998 - October 2001)
Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Resources

Getting a better return
Second report of the inquiry into increasing the value added to Australian raw materials
Parliamentary paper 204/2001; Tabled 24 September 2001
Tabling speeches: Chair - The Hon Geoff Prosser MP; Deputy Chair - Mr Allan Morris MP
Date of Government Response: no response to date

Of material value?
First report of the inquiry into increasing the value added to Australian raw materials
Parliamentary paper 159/2000; Tabled 10 April 2000
Tabling speeches: Chair - The Hon Geoff Prosser MP; Deputy Chair - Mr Allan Morris MP
Date of Government Response: not required

The effect of certain public policy changes on Australia's R&D
Parliamentary paper 413/99; Tabled 20 September 1999
Tabling speeches: Chair - Mr Jim Lloyd MP; Deputy Chair - Mr Allan Morris MP
Date of Government Response: 13 April 2000 (PDF 62KB)

38th Parliament (May 1996 - August 1998)
Standing Committee on Industry, Science and Resources

A sea of indifference - Australian industry participation in the North West Shelf project
Parliamentary paper 48/98; Tabled 30 March 1998
Tabling speeches: Chair - The Hon Bruce Reid MP; Deputy Chair - The Hon David Beddall MP
Date of Government Response: 8 December 1999 (PDF 41KB)

Finding a balance: Towards fair trading in Australia
Parliamentary paper 83/97; Tabled 26 May 1997
Tabling speeches: Chair - The Hon Bruce Reid MP; Deputy Chair - The Hon David Beddall MP
Date of Government Response: 30 September 1997

There was one uncompleted inquiry which lapsed on dissolution of the House:
The effects on research and development of public policy reform in the past decade

Register of Committee Reports

For a list of reports by this Committee, see the Register of Committee Reports (1901 to current day).

Copies of submissions and transcripts of public hearings

Printed volumes of submissions and transcripts of evidence taken at public hearings for each of the above reports can be reviewed at the National Library of Australia or with the Committee Secretariat.

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