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David Marsh and Chris Lewis Chapter 15: Evaluating Policy SuccessDavid Marsh and Chris Lewis Chapter 15: Evaluating Policy Success
Gillard Government’s performance in a broad range of economic and social policy. In addition, and in contrast to the Marsh and McConnell heuristic, we also examine policy areas in which there was little or no change
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Australian Politics in the Cauldron of Aboriginal Administration1Australian Politics in the Cauldron of Aboriginal Administration1
On this journey of resolution that we are on, if we are prepared to do what many great Australians before us have done and confront the issues of our “Unfinished Business” with courage and patience then our season of plenty will be close
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Individuals political partiesIndividuals political parties
Lawmaking process in parliament and the courts with reference to the influence of
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The Invasion of Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities and its Implications for TasmaniaThe Invasion of Northern Territory Aboriginal Communities and its Implications for Tasmania
Aborigines in Tasmania. On the way through I’ll talk about all sorts of things that interest me, and that I hope will interest you too
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Economic geography and innovation clustersEconomic geography and innovation clusters
The views expressed in this paper are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education or the Australian Government
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Comparing Patterns of Re-regulation of Labour in Three Liberal Market Economies Peter Waring, John Lewer and John Burgess University of Newcastle, Australia AbstractComparing Patterns of Re-regulation of Labour in Three Liberal Market Economies Peter Waring, John Lewer and John Burgess University of Newcastle, Australia Abstract
Kevin Rudd. The election campaign was dominated by intense debate over the conservative government’s ‘Work Choices’ industrial relations reforms introduced in 2005 that radically re-regulated employment relations in favour of capital and which the then
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