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Australian universities are shrinking in almost every imaginable way. Their budgets, their student intake and their staff are all diminished, and likely to shrink further. Today on The Signal, we survey the damage so far to Australia's university sector. What does it mean for Australia in the long run? Featured: Andrew Norton, Professor in the Practice of Higher Education Policy, Australian National University Michelle Arrow, Professor of History, Macquarie University