Papers given at Govnet Conference 'Transformations
in Governance: Capacity Building in Australia and the Asia/Pacific
Region', 29 November to 1 December 2006.
Comparing the Australian/South Pacific Partnerships, East Timor,
Fiji and Solomon Islands.
Prof Howard Adelman read
Knoweldge regimes and comparative political economy.
John L. Campbell and Prof Ove K. Pedersen read
Is The Notion of Corporate Moral Agency Useful in Bulding Policy
Dr David Ardagh read paper
Governance implications of the AWB Scandal.
Prof Stephen Bartos read
Seeing like the IMF: Institutional change in small open economies.
André Broome and Leonard Seabrooke read
The Federal Government’s response to the Banks Report:
an assessment of its recommendations and the Government response.
Prof Peter Carroll read
Thinking about policy: finding the best way.
Prof H.K. Colebatch read
Process and performance based regulation: challenges for regulatory
governance and regulatory reform.
Mr Rex Deighton-Smith read
If Ministerial Advisors are the answer, then what is the question?
Issues of governance and policy capability in the New Zealand
Dr Chris Eichbaum, Dr Richard Shaw. read
Think tank transformations: From `knowledge for policy’
to transnational idea brokerage.
Prof Paul ‘t Hart read
Transformations in Sovereignty, Political Authority and Capacity
in the Governance State.
Jim Jose read paper
Think tanks, foundations and policy discourse: ebbs and flows,
investments and responsibilities.
Prof Evert Lindquist read
Implementing Shifts in National/Regional Economic Strategies
A Comparison of Three Approaches.
Prof Ian Marsh read paper
The development of Australia’s innovation strategy: can
the public sector system assess new policy frameworks?
Prof Ian Marsh and Dr Lindy Edwards read
Managing Conflict or Pre-ordaining Failure: The Sisyphean Tragedy
(or Absurdity) of Corporate and Capital Market Governance Reform.
Prof Justin O’Brien read
Private Sector Partnerships for Infrastructure Provision.
Michael Potter read paper
Policy Capabilities in changing and diverse environments: the
US and parliamentary systems.
Prof Beryl A. Radin read
Collaborative relations and service delivery of relationship
education programs in Australia.
Elizabeth van Acker read
The Mirage of rail reform. Building regulatory capacity in policy
Christopher Walker read
The Chinese limited liability company: China's legal anomalies
or entrenched ideologies.
Angus Young and Alex Lau read