Publications 2015

Books

Baker, K. and Stoker, G. (2015), Nuclear Power and Energy Policy: The Limits to Governance, London, Palgrave Macmillan [More Information]

Evans, M. and Stoker, G. eds. (2015), Emerging forms of discovery for policy-making, Bristol, Policy Press [More Information]

Hopkins, A. and Maslen, S. (2015), Risky Rewards: How Company Bonuses Affect Safety, Surrey, Ashgate [More Information]

Van Dooren, W., Bouckaert, G. and Halligan, J. (2015), Performance Management in the Public Sector, 2nd edition, Abingdon, Routledge [More Information]  

 

Journal Articles

Aulich, C. (2015), “Airport Privatisation in Australia: A Tale of Three Cities”, Applied Finance and Accounting, 1, 1, pp. 1-11 [More Information]

Bang, H., Jensen, M.D. and Nedergaard, P. (2015), “‘We the People’ versus ‘We the Heads of States’”: the debate on the democratic deficit of the European Union”, Policy Studies, 36, 2, pp. 196-216 [More Information]

Botterill, L.C. (2015), “Pat Weller’s contribution to Australian political science”, Australian Journal of Political Science, 50, 1, pp. 25-29 [More Information]

Botterill, L.C. and Daugbjerg, C. (2015), “Commensalistic institutions and value conflicts: the World Trade Organization and global private food standards”, European Political Science Review, 7, 1, pp. 23-42 [More Information]

Buys, L., Burton, L., Hogan, A., Wilson, B., Cuthill, M. and Baker, D. (2015), “Establishing and maintaining social connectivity: An understanding of the lived experiences of older adults residing in regional and rural communities”, Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23, 5, pp. 291-294 [More Information]

Cockfield, G. and Botterill, L.C. (2015), “From ‘unstable’ to ‘stable’ minority government: Reflections on the role of the Nationals in Federal Coalition governments”, Australian Journal of Politics and History, 61, 1, pp. 53-66 [More Information]

Evans, M., and Stoker, G. (2015), ‘How do citizens calibrate their relationship with their polity? The contingent nature of political engagement in Australia’, Australian Journal of Political Science, forthcoming

Halligan, J. (2015), “Governance in a hybrid system: designing and institutionalising the Australian Capital Territory”, Policy Studies, 36, 1, pp. 4-17 [More Information]

Halligan, J. (2015), “Coordination of Welfare Through a Large Integrated Organization: The Australian department of human services”, Public Management Review, 17, 7, pp. 1002-1020 [More Information]

Halligan, J. and Hu, R. (2015), “Knowing the past for a better future: an introduction to the special issue on Centenary Canberra”, Policy Studies, 36, 1, pp. 1-3 [More Information]

Hayes, J. and Maslen, S. (2015), “Knowing stories that matter: learning for effective safety decision-making”, Journal of Risk Research, 18, 6, 714-726 [More Information

Hogan, A., Phillips, R., Brumby, S., Williams, W. and Mercer-Grant, C. (2015), “Higher Social Distress and Lower Psycho-social well-being: Examining the Coping Capacity and Health of People with hearing impairment”, Disability and Rehabilitation, 37, 22, pp. 2070-2075 [More Information]

Hu, R. (2015), “Canberra’s competitiveness in the national context”, Policy Studies, 36, 1, pp. 55-71 [More Information]

Hu, R. (2015), “Sustainability and Competitiveness in Australian Cities”, Sustainability, 7, 2, pp. 1840-1860 [More Information]

Hu, R. (2015), “Sustainable Development Strategy for the Global City: A Case Study of Sydney”, Sustainability, 7, 4, pp. 4549-4563 [More Information]

Hu, R. (2015), “Competitiveness, Migration, and Mobility in the Global City: Insights from Sydney, Australia”, Economies, 3, 1, pp. 37-54 [More Information]

Ke, Y.J., Ling, F.Y.Y. and Zou, P.X.W. (2015), “Effects of Contract Strategy on Interpersonal Relations and Project Outcomes of Public Sector Construction Contracts in Australia”, Journal of Management in Engineering, 31, 4, pp. 1-10 [More Information]

Maslen, S. (2015), “Organisational factors for learning in the Australian gas pipeline industry”, Journal of Risk Research, 18, 7, 896-909 [More Information]

Maslen, S. (2015), “Researching the senses as knowledge: a case study of learning to hear medically”, The Senses & Society, 10, 1, pp. 52-70 [More Information]

Mir, M. and Bala, S.K. (2015), “NGO Accountability in Bangladesh: Two Contrasting Cases”, Voluntas, 26, 5, pp. 1831-1851 [More Information]

Mir, M. and Chatterjee, B. (2015), “Political competition and environmental reporting: Evidence from New Zealand Local Governments”, Asian Review of Accounting, 23, 1, pp.17-38 [More Information]

Moseley, A. and Stoker, G. (2015), “Putting Public Policy Defaults to the Test: The Case of Organ Donor Registration”, International Public Management Journal, 18, 2, pp. 246-264 [More Information]

Nakanishi, H. (2015), “How does urban policy influence quality of life? The case of Canberra, Australia”, Policy Studies, 36, 1, pp. 72-91 [More Information]

Nakanishi, H. and Black, J. (2015), “Social Sustainability Issues and Older Adults’ Dependence on Automobiles in Low-Density Environments”, Sustainability, 7, 6, pp. 7289-7309 [More Information]

Phillips, R. and Hogan, A., (2015), “Recreational participation and the development of social competence in preschool aged children with disabilities: a cross-sectional study”, Disability and Rehabilitation, 37, 11, pp. 981-989 [More Information]

Prokopy, L.S., Arbuckle, J.G., Barnes, A.P., Haden, V.R., Hogan, A., Niles, M.T. and Tyndall, J. (2015), “Farmers and Climate Change: A Cross-National Comparison of Beliefs and Risk Perceptions in High-Income Countries”, Environmental Management, 56, 2, pp. 492-504 [More Information]

Rafi, B. (2015), “The employment and occupational outcomes of Indian male migrants in the Australian labour market”, Australian Journal of Labour Economics, 18, 1, 113-129 [More Information]

Reid. R. (2015), “Do ideas matter? Peers and reform of the House of Lords”, Commonwealth & Comparative Politics, 53, 4, pp. 497-515 [More Information]

Reid, R. and Wettenhall, R. (2015), “Shared Services: Is It Not Time for Some Clarity?”, Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 37, 2, pp. 102-114 [More Information]

Williams, W., Brumby, S., Calvano, A., Hatherell, T., Mason, H., Mercer-Grant, C. and Hogan, A. (2015), “Farmers’ noise Exposure”, Australian Journal of Rural Health, 23, 2, pp. 67-73 [More Information]

Wilson, B., Hogan, A., Buys, L., Cuthill, M., Burton, L. and Baker, D. (2015), “Someone else’s boom but always our bust: Australia as a derivative economy, implications for regions”, Regional Science, Policy and Practice, 7, 2, pp. 75-87 [More Information]

 

Book Chapters

Aulich, C. (2015), “Recognising the Local Government Sector”. In Dollery, B. and Tiley, I., Perspectives on Australian Local Government Reform, Sydney, The Federation Press, pp. 162-175 [More Information]

Fawcett, P. and Marsh, D. (2015), “Depoliticisation, governance and political participation”. In Flinders, M. and Wood, M., eds, Tracing the Political: Depoliticisation: Governance and the State, Bristol, Policy Press, pp. 47-70 [More Information]

Gregory, G., Phillips, R. and Brumby S. (2015), “Three Decades of Rural Health”. In Hogan, A. and Young, M., eds, Rural and Regional Futures, Oxford, Routledge, pp. 206-225 [More Information]

Halligan, J. (2015), “Capacity, complexity and public sector reform in Australia”. In Massey, A. and Johnston, K., eds, The International Handbook of Public Administration and Governance, Cheltenham, Edward Elgar, pp. 323-340 [More Information]

Halligan, J. (2015), “Australia”. In Van Wart, M., Hondeghem, A., Schwella, E. and Suino, P., eds, Leadership Culture: Comparative Models of Top Civil Servant Training, Houndmills, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 25-40 [More Information]

Halligan, J. (2015), “Anglophone Systems: Diffusion and Policy Transfer within an Administrative Tradition”. In van der Meer, F.M. and Raadschelders, J.C.N., eds, Comparative Civil Service Systems in the 21st Century, 2nd edition, Palgrave, pp. 57-76 [More Information]

Halligan, J. (2015), “Governance Reforms and Public Administration in Old Commonwealth Countries”. In Ahmed, N., ed., Forty Years of Public Administration and Governance in Bangladesh, University Press Limited [More Information]

Hogan, A. (2015), “The marginalisation of people with a hearing disability”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R., eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 33-48

Hogan, A. (2015), “Social change and people with hearing disability”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R., eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 85-104

Hogan, A. (2015), “Systemic social change in hearing services”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R., eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 105-120

Hogan, A., Cleary, J., Lockie, S., Young, M. and Daniell, K. (2015), “Localism and the policy goal of securing the socio-economic viability of rural and regional Australia”. In Hogan, A. and Young, M., eds, Rural and Regional Futures, London, Routledge, pp. 260-281 [More Information]

Hogan, A. and Latz, L. (2015) “An argument for paradigm change”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R, eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 69-84

Hogan, A. and Philips, R. (2015), “An Introduction”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R., eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 1-14

Hogan, A. and Philips, R. (2015), “Hearing disability as a social issue”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R., eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 15-32

Hogan, A., Reynolds, K., Latz, I. and O’Brien, L. (2015), “Stigma and its consequences for social identity”. In Hogan, A. and Philips, R. (2015), eds, Hearing impairment and hearing disability – the need for paradigm change in hearing services, London, Ashgate, pp. 49-68

Hogan, A., Wilson, B., Baker, D., Burton, L., Buys, L. and Cuthill, M. (2015), “Reclaiming livelihoods: initial steps to re-institute a viable socio-economic base for living in country settings”. In Hogan, A. and Young, M., eds, Rural and regional Futures, London, Routledge, pp. 333-348 [More Information]

Hogan, A. and Young, M. (2015), “Introduction - the making of rural and regional Australia”. In Hogan, A. and Young, M, eds, Rural and Regional Futures, London, Routledge, pp. 1-16 [More Information]

Hogan, A. and Young, M. (2015), “Country futures: framing a policy agenda for rural and regional Australia”. In Hogan, A. and Young, M., eds, Rural and Regional Futures, London, Routledge, pp. 321-332 [More Information]

Mir, M., Mollik, A. and Rampling, P. (2015), “The Association Between Environmental Performance and Financial Performance; A Study of the Electricity Generating Companies in Australia and New Zealand”. In Netaji, M., Quazi, A. and Amran, A., eds, Corporate Social Responsibility and Sustainability Contemporary Perspectives, Malaysia, Pearson, pp. 179- 193

Muskat, B., Nakanishi, H. and Blackman, D. (2015), “Integrating Tourism into Disaster Recovery Management – The Case of the Great East Japan Earthquake and Tsunami 2011”. In Ritchie, B.W. and Campiranon, K., eds, Tourism Crisis and Disaster Management in the Asia-Pacific, Wallingford, CABI Publishing, pp. 97-115 [More Information]

Stoker, G. (2015), “Economic Recovery and Governance for the Long-Term”. In Green, J, Hay, C. and Taylor-Gooby, P., eds, The British Growth Crisis. The Search for a New Model, London, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 105-125 [More Information]

Stoker, G. (2015), “Challenging three blockages to relevance and political science: the obvious, the avoidable and the thorny”. In Stoker, G., Guy Peters, B. and Pierre, J., eds, The Relevance of Political Science, London, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 19-35 [More Information]

Stoker, G., Peters, B.G. and Pierre, J. (2015), “Introduction” and “Conclusion”. In Stoker, G., Guy Peters, B. and Pierre, J., eds, The Relevance of Political Science, London, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-15 & 220-226 [More Information]

 

Commissioned Reports

Evans, M. and Barakat, S. (2015), Defining the Challenge, Making the Change: A Study of Public Administration Reform in Arab Transitions, New York, UNDP [More Information]

Evans, M., Burmester, B., Edwards, M., Gong, X., McGregor, C. & Rao, M. (2015), Should they stay or should they go? Relocation and the Australian public service. IGPA/ACTCMD: Canberra

Evans, M. and Sansom, G. (2015), A Federation for Communities and Places: Australia in a Century of Local Governance. Local Government Professionals Australia: Melbourne

Evans, M., Stoker, G., & Halupka, M. (2015), The Power of One Voice – Power, Powerlessness and Australian Democracy. Canberra: MoAD/IGPA [More Information]