First published in 1966, Geoffrey Blainey's Tyranny of Distance: How Distance Shaped Australia's History examines how Australia's geographical remoteness has been central to shaping our country's history and identity. While the book's title has become common parlance in Australia, the internet now means those living and working in Australia are no longer remote from anywhere, let alone Great Britain, the coloniser.
These three 2013 posts are source of great pride for Beaton Research + Consulting; we invite you to read them. The posts demonstrate our sui generis standards and capacity to provide services to leading professional services firms and professional associations in many parts of the world from our base here in Melbourne:
When reflecting on Beaton's place in the world, it's appropriate to cite Geoffrey Blainey–he was born, bred and educated in Victoria.
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