2016 Publications

Centre for Deliberative Democracy and Global Governance

Journal Articles

  • Boswell, J., Ercan, S. A., and Hendriks, C. (2016), “Message received? Examining transmission in deliberative systems”, Critical Policy Studies, 10, 3, pp. 263-283. 
  • Curato. N. and Boker, M. (2016), “Linking Mini-Publics to Deliberative Systems: A Research Agenda,” Policy Sciences, 49, 2, pp. 173-190.
  • Dryzek, J. (2016), “Can there be a human right to an essentially contested concept? The case of democracy", Journal of Politics, 78, 2, pp. 357-367.
  • Dryzek, J.S. (2016), “Reflections on the Theory of Deliberative Systems”, Critical Policy Studies, 10, 2, pp. 209-215.
  • Dryzek, J. S. (2016), “Institutions for the Anthropocene: Governance in a Changing Earth System”, British Journal of Political Science, 46, 4, pp. 937-956
  • Elstub, S., Ercan, S.A. and Mendonca, R. (2016), “The fourth generation of deliberative democracy”, Critical Policy Studies, 10, 2, pp. 139-151.
  • Felicetti, A., Niemeyer, S. and Curato, N. (2016), “Improving Deliberative Participation: Connecting Mini-Publics to Deliberative Systems,” European Political Science Review, 8, 3, pp. 427-448
  • Hendriks, C.M, Duus, S. and Ercan, S.A. (2016), “Performing politics on social media: the dramaturgy of an environmental controversy in Facebook”, Environmental Politics, 25, 6, pp. 1102-1125.
  • Kuyper, J.W. and Dryzek, J.S. (2016), "Real, not Nominal, Global Democracy: A Reply to Robert Keohane", International Journal of Constitutional Law, 14, 4, pp. 930-937
  • Tanasoca, A. (2016), "Citizenship for sale: neomedieval, not just neoliberal?", European Journal of Sociology, Cambridge University Press, 57, 1, 169-195.

Book Chapters

  • Dryzek, J. (2016), ‘Deliberative Policy Analysis’. In Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans, eds., Evidence-Based Policy Making in the Social Sciences: Methods that Matter. Bristol: Policy Press, 2016.
  • Dryzek, J.S. (2016), ‘Global Environmental Governance’. In Gabrielson, T., Hall, C., Meyer, J.M. and Schlosberg, D., eds, The Oxford Handbook of Environmental Political Theory. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, pp. 533-544.
  • Ercan, S. A. and Marsh, D. (2016), ‘Qualitative methods in Political Science’. In Hans Keman, H. and Woldendorp, J.J (eds), Handbook of Research Methods and Applications in Political Science, Edgar Elgar Publishing, pp. 309-322

  • Nishiyama, K. (2016), ‘Questions about School & Society: Who/What Can Judge between Right/Wrong?’. In Yohsuke Tsuchiya. ed. Kokoro no Nazotoki Vol.1-3 (Eng: Quest for the Sense of Wonder). Tokyo: Seibido: 26-29. [Written in Japanese]
  • Parry, L.J. (2016), ‘Deliberative democracy and animals: not-so-strange bedfellows’. In Garner, R. & O’Sullivan, S. (2016) Eds. The Political Turn in Animal Ethics, London: Rowman & Littlefield International.
  • Pickering, J. (2016), ‘Moral language in climate politics’. In Heyward, C. and Roser, D., eds, Climate justice in a non-ideal world, Oxford University Press

 

Centre for the Study of Critical Governance Studies

Journal Articles

  • Bai, X., Norman, B. and Edwards, P. (2016), “Navigating through the Urban Age: Principles and Innovations”, Solutions, 7, 3, pp. 55–62.
  • Berry, H.L., Botterill, L.C., Cockfield, G. and Ning, D. (2016), "Identifying and measuring agrarian sentiment in regional Australia", Agriculture and Human Values, 33, 4, pp. 929-941.
  • Botterill, L.C. and Cockfield, G. (2016), “The relative importance of landscape amenity and health impacts in the wind farm debate in Australia”, Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 18, 4, pp. 447-462
  • Botterill, L.C. (2016), “Agricultural Policy in Australia: Deregulation, bipartisanship and agrarian sentiment”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 51, 4, pp. 667-682

  • Bridges, S. (2016), “Al Jazeera and the Australian Public Broadcasters”, Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research, 9, 1, pp. 99-118.
  • Evans, M. and McCaffrie, M. (2016), ‘From Austerity to the new economy: prime ministerial leadership in a time of mistrust’. In Chris Aulich (ed) From Abbott to Turnbull. A New Direction? West Geelong: Echo Books, pp. 345-368. 

  • Evans, M. and Stoker, G. (2016), “Political participation in Australia: Contingency in the behaviour and attitudes of citizens”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 51, 2, pp. 272-287
  • Halligan, J. and Reid, R. (2016), “Conflict and Consensus in Committees of the Australian Parliament”, Parliamentary Affairs, 69, pp. 230-248
  • Halupka, M. (2016), “The rise of information activism: how to bridge dualisms and reconceptualise political participation”, Information, Communication and Society, 19, 10, pp. 1487-1503
  • Hu, R. (2016), “Concentration and Mobility of Knowledge Workers: An Intercity Analysis of Sydney, Melbourne, and Brisbane”, Journal of Urban Technology, 23, 1, pp. 11-28
  • Jennings, W. and Stoker, G. (2016), “The Bifurcation of Politics: Two Englands”, The Political Quarterly, 87, 3, pp. 372-382
  • Jennings, W., Stoker, G. and Twyman, J. (2016), “The Dimensions and Impact of Political Discontent in Britain”, Parliamentary Affairs,69, 4, pp. 876-900  
  • Kii, M., Nakanishi, H., Nakamura, K. and Doi, K. (2016), “Transportation and spatial development: An overview and a future direction”, Transport Policy, 49, pp. 148-158
  • Marsh, D. & Hall, M. (2016), “The British Political Tradition and the Material-Ideational Debate”, The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, 18, 1, pp. 125-142
  • McCaffrie, B. and Aulich, C. (2016), “For Whom the Bellwether Polls: The Electorate of Eden-Monaro as an Indicator of Australian Electoral Trends”, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 62, 3, pp. 452-466
  • Moss, J., Clarke, N., Jennings, W. and Stoker, G. (2016), “Golden age, apathy or stealth? Democratic engagement in Britain 1945–1950”, Contemporary British History, 30, 4, pp. 441-462
  • Schirmer, J., Dare, M. and Ercan, S.A. (2016) "Deliberative democracy and the Tasmanian forest peace process", Australian Journal of Political Science, 51, 2, pp. 288-307
  • Stanhope, J., Wettenhall, R., & Bhusal, T. (2016), “Governance challenge: Australia’s Indian Ocean Island Territories”, Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 38, 2, pp. 87-102
  • Stoker, G., Hay, C. and Barr, M. (2016), “Fast Thinking: Implications for Democratic Politics”, European Journal of Political Research, 55, 1, pp. 3-21
  • Wettenhall, R. (2016), “From public enterprise through privatisation to public–private mixing – An important Irish contribution”, Administration, 64, 1, pp. 63-74
  • Wettenhall, R. (2016), “Decolonizing through integration: Australia's off-shore island territories”, Island Studies Journal, 11, 2, pp. 715-728
  • Wettenhall, R. (2016), “Portfolios, Departments and Agencies: Tinkering with the Machinery-of-Government Map”, Australasian Parliamentary Review, 31, 1, pp. 98-116
  • Zhang, Y. and Marsh, D. (2016), “Learning by Doing: the case of administrative policy transfer in China”, Policy Studies, 37, 2, pp. 35-52

Book Chapters

  • Aulich, C. (2016), ‘Integrity and Public Sector Governance: a democratic deficit?’. In Chris Aulich (eds), From Abbott to Turnbull: A New Direction?, Geelong: Echo Books, pp. 119-141
  • Bang, H. (2016), ‘Interactive Governance: a Challenge to Institutionalism’. In J. Edelenbos (ed.) Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance, Cheltenham,UK: Edward Elgar Publishing, pp. 66-92

  • Bang, H. (2016), ‘Bringing political community back in: Reviving Harold D. Lasswell’s democratic policy analysis’. In Colebatch, H. and R. Hoppe (eds.), Handbook on the Policy Process, Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Publishing
  • Dunleavy, P. (2016), ‘“Big data” and policy learning’. In Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans (eds) Evidence-Based Policymaking in the Social Science: Methods that Matter, Bristol: The Policy Press, pp. 143-67.
  • Edwards, M. (2016), “Overview part 1: Cross-sector working: the rhetoric and the reality”. In John R. Butcher, David J. Gilchrist, The Three Sector Solution: Delivering public policy in collaboration with not-for-profits and business, Canberra: ANU Press, pp. 35-40
  • Evans, M., Stoker, G. and Halupka, M. (2016), ‘A decade of decline: How Australians understand and imagine their democracy’. In Chris Aulich (ed) From Abbott to Turnbull. A New Direction? West Geelong: Echo Books 
  • FitzGibbon, J., Leruth, B. and Startin, N. (2016), “Introduction: Transnational and Pan-European Euroscepticism”. In J. FitzGibbon, B. Leruth and N. Startin (eds.), Euroscepticism as a Transnational and Pan-European Phenomenon, London: Routledge, pp. 1-13.
  • FitzGibbon, J. and Leruth, B. (2016), “Conclusion and Epilogue: Transnational and pan-European Euroscepticism after Brexit”. In J. FitzGibbon, B. Leruth and N. Startin (eds.), Euroscepticism as a Transnational and Pan-European Phenomenon, London: Routledge, pp. 162-176.
  • Hu, R. (2016), ‘National Cities Agenda in Perspective: Rhetoric or Substance?’. In Chris Aulich, ed. From Abbott to Turnbull: A New Direction?, VIC, Australia: Echo Books, 301-319.
  • Hu, R. (2016), ‘China’s Land Use and Urbanization: Challenges for Comprehensive Reform’. In Garrick, J.  Bennett, Y. C., (eds.), China’s Socialist Rule of Law Reforms Under Xi Jinping. London and New York: Routledge, pp. 122-133.
  • Jensen, M.J., Liao, D.C, and Chen, B.Y. (2016), ‘Introduction’. In Political Behavior and Technology: Voting Advice Applications in East Asia. Eds. Liao, D., Chen, B. and Jensen. M. London, Palgrave, pp. 1-14.
  • Jensen, M.J. (2016), ‘Conclusion: Voting Advice Applications, Information, and Democracy’. In Political Behavior and Technology: Voting Advice Applications in East Asia. Eds. Liao, D., Chen, B. and Jensen. M. London, Palgrave, pp. 157-166
  • Moran, M. and Stone, D. (2016), ‘The New Philanthropy: Private Power in International Development Policy?’. In The Palgrave Handbook of International Development, eds Gruel, J. and Hammet, D. Palgrave Macmillan, UK, pp. 297-313
  • Stoker, G. and Evans, M. (2016), ‘Connecting social science and policy’ in Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans (eds) (2016) Evidence-based policymaking in the social sciences: Methods that matter Bristol: Policy Press, pp263-70
  • Stoker, G. and Evans, M. (2016), ‘Crafting Public policy; choosing the right social science method’ in Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans (eds) (2016) Evidence-based policymaking in the social sciences: Methods that matter Bristol: Policy Press, pp 29-42
  • Stoker, G. and Evans, M. (2016), ‘Evidence-based policy making and social science’ in Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans (eds) (2016) Evidence-based policymaking in the social sciences: Methods that matter Bristol: Policy Press, pp15-28
  • Stoker, G. and Evans, M. (2016), ‘Introduction’ in Gerry Stoker and Mark Evans (eds) (2016) Evidence-based policymaking in the social sciences: Methods that matter Bristol: Policy Press, pp1-14
  • Stone, D. (2016), ‘Think Tanks’. In N. J. Smelser, Hassell, Anke., and Paul B. Baltes. (eds) International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioural Sciences, Oxford, Pergamon
  • Stone, D. and Moran, M. (2016), ‘The New Philanthropy: Private Power in International Development Policy?’. In Jean Grugel and Dan Hammett (Eds.) The Handbook of International Development, Palgrave MacMillan, pp. 297-313

  • Walsh, M. (2016), 'Five Prime Ministers: a crisis, a political aberration or the new normal,' in Aulich, C. (Ed) From Abbott to Turnbull: A New Direction?, Australian Commonwealth Administration 2013-2016, Victoria: Echo Books, pp. 323-342.

Books

  • Stoker, G. and Evans, M. (eds). (2016), Evidence-based policymaking in the social sciences: Methods that matter Bristol: Policy Press
  • Stoker, G. (2016), Why Politics Matters (Second Edition) London: Palgrave Macmillan

National Centre for Social and Economic Modelling (NATSEM)

Journal Articles 

  • Chonvihampan, B. and Lewis, P. (2016), “The net benefit of increasing alcohol taxation in Thailand”, eJournal of Tax Research, 14, 1, pp. 148-165
  • Gebremedhin, T. & Mohanty, I. (2016), "Child schooling in Ethiopia: The role of maternal autonomy", PloS One, 11, 12, pp. 1-20 

  • Gong, X. and Rao, M. (2016), “The economic impact of prolonged political instability: a case study of Fiji”, Policy Studies, 37, 4, pp. 370-386 Has been entered, need to add to website, profile
  • Hill, H, and Vidyattama, Y. (2016), “Regional Development Dynamics in Indonesia before and after the ‘Big Bang’ Decentralization”, The Singapore Economic Review, 61, 2, pp. 1640027-01 – 1640027-26
  • Lay-Yee, R., Pearson, J., Davis, P., von Randow, M., Kerse, N., Brown, L. (2016), “Rebalancing health service use for older people: simulating policy-relevant scenarios under demographic ageing”, New Zealand Medical Journal, 129, 1442, pp. 25-35.

  • Li, J. (2016), “A Review of Spatial Microsimulation: A Reference Guide for Users”, International Journal of Microsimulation, 8, 3, pp. 148-151.
  • Li, J. and Kinfu, Y. (2016), “Impact of socioeconomic and risk factors on cardiovascular disease and type II diabetes in Australia: comparison of results from longitudinal and cross-sectional designs”, BMJ Open, 6, 4, pp. 1-11.
  • Mohanty, I., Tanton, R., Vidyattama, Y. and Thurecht, L. (2016), “Estimating the fiscal costs of long-term jobless families in Australia”, Australian Journal of Social Issues, 51, 1, pp. 89-108
  • Mulyaningsih, T., Daly, A., and Miranti, R. (2016), “Creating contestable banking market: the effect of changes in the regulatory structure in Indonesia”, International Journal of Monetary Economics and Finance, 9, 2, pp. 149-163.
  • Mulyaningsih, T., Daly, A., and Miranti, R. (2016), “Managing the endogeneity problem of the market structure: a study on banking competition”, Economic Journal of Emerging Market, 7, 2, pp. 135-154.
  • Schofield, D., Cunich, M.M., Rupendra, S.N., Tanton, R. Veerman, L., Kelly, S.J., Passey, M. E. (2016), “The indirect costs of back problems (dorsopathies) in Australians aged 45-64 years from 2015 to 2030: results from a microsimulation model, Health&WealthMOD2030”, PAIN, 157, 12, pp. 2816-2825
  • Schofield D, Shrestha R, Cunich M, Tanton R, Kelly S, Passey M and Veerman L, (2016), ‘The economic costs of chronic disease through lost Productive Life Years (PLYs) among Australians aged 45-64 years from 2015 to 2030: results from a microsimulation model’, BMJ Open, 6, 9, pp. 1-10
  • Vidyattama, Y. (2016), “Inter?provincial migration and 1975–2005 regional growth in Indonesia”, Papers in Regional Science, 95, 777, pp. 87-105
  • Vidyattama, Y. and Hill, H. (2016), “Regional Development Dynamics in Indonesia before and after the ‘Big Bang’ Decentralization”, Singapore Economic Review, 61, 2, pp. 1640027-01–1640027-26
  • Vidyattama, Y., Cassells, R. Li, J. and Abello, A. (2016), “Assessing the Significance of Internal Migration in Drought Affected Areas: A Case Study of The Murray-Darling Basin”, The Australasian Journal of Regional Studies, 22, 2, pp. 307-32

Book Chapters

  • Jinjing, Li. (2016). ‘Cluster analysis in policy studies’. In Gerry Stoker & Mark Evans (Eds.), Evidence Based Policymaking in the Social Science: Methods that matter (pp. 169-185). UK: Policy Press
  • Lewis, P. (2016), ‘Australia’s Industrial Relations Singularity’. In Coleman, W (ed) , Only in Australia, Oxford University Press, pp. 119-142