Alumni

Samuel Antunes AnteroGraduated with PhD 2017

Centre

Centre for Change Governance

Organisation

Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis at the University of Canberra

Research Interests

Integrating Representative and Participatory Democracy: Towards a Brazilian Pro-active Ombudsman Model?

QUALIFICATIONS

Bachelor in Business Administration from the State University of Ceará, Brazil (1996) 
Specialisation degree in Public Management from the Brazilian National School of Public Administration (2007)
Masters in Public Administration - the University of York, UK (2008)

THESIS TOPIC

Evaluating the Participatory Potential of the Brazilian Active Ombudsman Model in the Federal Executive Branch: an implementation perspective

SUPERVISORY PANEL

Prof Mark Evans (chair), Prof Gerry Stoker, Dr Selen Ercan

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JournalAntero, S., (2013), Understanding the eradication of slave labour in contemporary Brazil – an implementation perspective, Policy Studies
JournalAntero, S., (2013), Understanding the eradication of slave labour in contemporary Brazil – an implementation perspective, Policy Studies, (Routledge UK), 34, 1, pp. 89-111
JournalAntero, S., (2008), Monitoring and Evaluation of the Programme for the Eradication of Slave Labour, Public Administration Journal, 42, 5, pp. 791-828
JournalAntero, S., (2007), Considerations on slave labour in 21st century Brazil, Public Service Journal, 58, 4, pp. 451-464
JournalAntero, S., (2006), Articulation of public policies at the sector competitiveness forums: the recent experience of the textile and apparel production chain, Public Administration Journal, 40, 1, pp. 5