Publications 2014

Books

Bastow, S., Dunleavy, P. and Tinkler, J. (2014), The Impact of the Social Sciences: How Academics and their Research Make a Difference, London, SAGE [More Information]

Nakanishi, H. and Editorial Office of The Ishinomaki Kahoku. (2014), Surviving the 2011 Tsunami 100 Testimonies of Ishinomaki Area Survivors of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Tokyo, Junposha Publishing Co., Ltd. [More Information]

 

Journal Articles

Aulich, C., Sansom, G. and McKinlay, P. (2014), “A Fresh Look at Municipal Consolidation in Australia”, Local Government Studies, 40, 1, pp. 1-20 [More Information]

Bang, H. (2014), “Foucault’s Political Challenge: Where There Is Obedience There Cannot Be Parrhesia’, Administrative Theory & Praxis, 36, 2, pp. 175-196 [More Information]

Bang, H. (2014), “Family Squabbles: Beyond the Conflict- Consensus Divide”, Democratic Theory, 1, 2, pp. 56-66 [More Information]

Corliss, M. and Lewis, P. (2014), “Joblessness, taxable income and regional divergence over time”, Economic Papers, 33, 3, pp. 263-274 [More Information]

Dare, M. (2014), “Forms of Political Participation Used within Forest Certification”, Democratic Theory, 1, 2, pp. 131-141 [More Information]

Dare, M., Schirmer, J. and Vanclay, F. (2014), “Community engagement and social license to operate”, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, 32, 3, pp. 188-197 [More Information]

Dunleavy, P. (2014), “Neither the T index nor the D2 score measure ‘two-partyness’: A comment on Gains and Taagepera’, Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 24, 3, pp. 362-385 [More Information]

Evans. M., and Edwards, M. (2014), “Debate: Phasma”, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73, 4, pp. 514-516 [More Information]

Evans, M., Edwards, M., Burmester, B. and May, D. (2014), “Not yet 50/50: barriers to the progress of senior women in the Australian public service”, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73, 4, pp. 501-513 [More Information]

Fawcett, P. (2014), “Can’t Live With Them, Can’t Live Without Them: Why Politicians Matter”, Democratic Theory, 1, 2, pp. 67-75 [More Information]

Fawcett, P. and Marsh, D. (2014), “Depoliticisation, Governance and Political Participation”, Policy and Politics, 42, 2, pp. 171-188 [More Information]

Hogan, A., Phillips, R.L., Howard, D. and Yiengprugsawan, V. (2014), “Psychosocial Outcomes of Children with Ear Infections and Hearing Problems: A Longitudinal Study”, BMC Pediatrics, 14, 65, pp. 1-8 [More Information]

Hu, R. (2014), “Migrant Knowledge Workers: An Empirical Study of Global Sydney as a Knowledge City”, Expert Systems with Applications, 41, 12, pp. 5605-5613 [More Information]

Hu, R. and McClure, W. (2014), “Global City and Migration: A Critical Review for Sydney, Australia”, Chinese Journal of Urban and Environmental Studies, 2, 1, pp. 1450006 [More Information]

Karakaya Polat, R., and Pratchett, L. (2014), “Citizenship in the age of the Internet: a comparative analysis of Britain and Turkey”, Citizenship Studies, 18, 1, pp. 63-80 [More Information]

Lewis, P. (2014), “Paying the Penalty? The High Price of Penalty Rates in Australian Restaurants”, Agenda, 21, 1, pp. 5-23 [More Information]

Marsh, D. (2014), “What is the Nature of the Crisis of Democracy and What can we do about it?”, Democratic Theory, 1, 2, pp. 37-46 [More Information]

Marsh, D. and Birkett, H. (2014), “What is to be Done? A Broad Church and the Impact of Political Science Research: A Response to Matthew Wood”, Politics, 34, 3, pp. 301-305 [More Information]

Marsh, D., Hall, M. and Fawcett, P. (2014), “Two Cheers for Interpretivism: Deconstructing the British Political Tradition”, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 73, 3, pp. 240-348 [More Information]

Marsh, D. and Lewis, C. (2014), “The Political Power of Big Business: A Response to Bell and Hindmoor”, New Political Economy, 19, 4, pp. 628-633 [More Information]

Marsh, D., Lewis, C. and Chesters, J. (2014), “The Australian mining tax and the political power of business”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 49, 4, pp. 711-725 [More Information]

Maslen, S. (2014), “Learning to prevent disaster: Building safety knowledge among new engineers to the Australian gas pipeline industry”, Safety Science, 64, pp. 82-89 [More Information]

Maslen, S. and Hayes, J. (2014), “Experts under the microscope: the Wivenhoe Dam case”, Environment, Systems and Decisions, 34, 2, pp. 183-193 [More Information]

Maslen, S. and Hopkins, A. (2014), “Do incentives work? A qualitative study of managers’ motivations”, Safety Science, 70, pp. 419-428 [More Information]

McLennan, B., Weir, J., Eburn, M., Handmer, J., Dovers, S. and Norman, B. (2014), “Negotiating risk and responsibility through law, policy and planning”, Australian Journal of Emergency Management, 29, 3, pp. 22-28 [More Information]

Nakanishi, H., Black, J. and Matsuo, K. (2014), “Disaster resilience in transportation – Japan earthquake and tsunami 2011”, International Journal of Disaster Resilience in the Built Environment, 5, 4, pp. 341-361 [More Information]

Norman, B. and Sinclair, H. (2014), “Planning reform of the Australian Capital Territory: towards a more sustainable future”, Australian Planner, 51, 2, pp. 180-185 [More Information]

Norman, B. and Steffen, W. (2014), “The national capital’s place in the region”, Australian Planner, 51, 4, pp. 318-329 [More Information]

Pearson, L.J. and Moon, K. (2014), “A novel method for assessing integration activities in landscape programs”, Landscape and Urban Planning, 130, pp. 201-205 [More Information]

Rafi, B. and Lewis, P. (2014), “Earnings of Male Indian Migrants in the Australian Labour Market”, Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 17, 3, pp. 257-276 [More Information]

Stoker, G. and Evans, M. (2014), “The Democracy-Politics Paradox: the Dynamics of Political Alienation”, Democracy Theory, 1, 2, pp. 26-36 [More Information]

Vines, E. (2014), “Reframing ‘English Nationalism and Euroscepticism’: From populism to the British Political Tradition”, British Politics, 9, 3, pp. 255-274 [More Information]

 

Book Chapters

Aulich, C. (2014), “A Narrative, A Narrative, My Kingdom for a Narrative”. In Aulich, C., ed., The Gillard Governments: Commonwealth Administration 2010-2013, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, pp. 1-21 [More Information]

Aulich, C., Grattan, M., McCaffrie, B. and Tennant-Wood, R. (2014), “Eden-Monaro, the Bellwether Seat”. In Aulich, C., ed., The Gillard Governments, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, pp. 238-257 [More Information]

Bang, H. (2014), “Civic Engagement and Political Participation in a Digital Era”. In Lumholt, K. and Mortensen, J.N., eds, Personalized Society, Frederiksvaerk, Vindelsti, pp. 84-99

Burmester, B. and Halligan, J. (2014), “The Public Service under Gillard”. In Aulich, C., ed., The Gillard Governments, Melbourne University Press, pp. 110-125 [More Information]

Corliss, M. and Lewis, P. (2014), “Adjustment in the Market for Skills over the Business Cycle’’. In Hsu, J., ed., Business Cycles in Economics: Types, Challenges and Impacts on Monetary Policies, New York, Nova Publishers, pp. 157-178 [More Information]

Evans, M. and McCaffrie, B. (2014), “‘Rudderless’ – Perceptions of Julia Gillard’s Domestic Statecraft”. In Aulich, C,. ed., The Gillard Governments, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, pp. 303-321 [More Information]

Garnett, A. and Lewis, P. (2014), “The Economy”. In Aulich, C., ed., The Gillard Governments: Commonwealth Administration 2010-2013, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, pp. 162-180 [More Information]

Jensen, M.J. and Anstead, N. (2014), “Campaigns and Social Media Communications: A Look at Digital Campaigning in the 2010 U.K. General Election”. In Grofman, B., Trechsel, B. and Franklin, M., eds, The Internet and Democracy in Global Perspective: Voters, Candidates, Parties, and Social Movements, Switzerland, Springer Press, pp. 57-81 [More Information]

Marsh, D., Akram, S. and McCaffrie, B. (2014), “A Crisis of Participation”. In Richards, D., ed., Institutional Crisis in Twentieth Century Britain, Basingstoke, Palgrave, pp. 39-59 [More Information]

O’Flynn, J., Blackman, D. and Halligan, J. (2014), “Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy: Conclusion and Future Issues”. In O’Flynn, J., Blackman, D. and Halligan, J., eds, Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy: The International Experience, Routledge, London, pp. 297-305 [More Information]

Stoker, G. (2014), “The Politics of Nudge: dilemmas in implementing policies for behaviour change”. In Ulph, A. and Southerton, D., eds, Sustainable Consumption: Multi-Disciplinary Perspectives in honour of Professor Sir Partha Dasgupta, Oxford, Oxford University Press, pp. 224-242 [More Information]

Walsh, M. (2014), “The Gillard Government, the Coalition and Asylum Seekers”. In Aulich, C., ed., The Gillard Governments: Australian Commonwealth Administration 2010-2013, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, pp. 125-140 [More Information]

Wettenhall, R. (2014), “Departments and Arm’s Length Bodies”. In Aulich, C., ed., The Gillard Governments, Melbourne, Melbourne University Press, pp. 80-105 [More Information]

Wettenhall, R. (2014), “Creativity in Establishing a Government System for the ACT”. In Poiner, G., ed., Canberra: Capital and Creativity, Canberra, Independent Scholars Association of Australia Inc., pp. 47-67

Wettenhall, R. (2014), “Disaster Study, Crisis Study and the Discipline of Public Administration: A Personal Reflection”. In Farazmand, A., ed., Crisis and Emergency Management: Theory and Practice (Second Edition), Boca Raton, CRC Press, pp. 793-803 [More Information]

Wettenhall, R. (2014). “Inquiries into Disasters – Contrasting Styles and Forms”. In Prasser, S. and Tracey, H., eds., Royal Commissions & Public Inquiries, Ballarat, Connor Court Publishing, pp. 94-111 [More Information]

 

Commissioned Reports

Evans, M., Burmester, B., Edwards, M., & Reid, R. (2014), Report on the Implementation of the Latimer House Principles in the Australian Capital Territory. IGPA/ACT Legislative Assembly: Canberra [More Information]

Davey, R., Upton, P., & Evans, M. (2014), Tackling Indigenous Smoking & Healthy Lifestyle Program Review. Australian Government Department of Health (2014) [More Information