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
  • Schirmer, J. and Dare, L., and Ercan, S. A. (2016). Deliberative democracy and the Tasmanian Forest Peace Process. Australian Journal of Political Science, 51, 2, pp. 288-307
  • 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.
  • 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
  • Bridges, S. (2016), “Al Jazeera and the Australian Public Broadcasters”, Journal of Arab & Muslim Media Research, 9, 1, pp. 99-118.
  • Cockfield, G. (2016), “Agricultural Policy in Australia: Deregulation, bipartisanship and agrarian sentiment”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 51, 4, pp. 667-682

  • 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
  • Mohanty, I., Tanton, R., Vidyattama, Y. and Thurecht, L. (2016), "Estimating the fiscal cost of long-term jobless families in Australia", Australian Journal of Social Issues, 51, 1, pp. 89-108.
  • 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

  • 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 
  • 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
  • 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