Journal of Public Administration
The Australian Journal of Public Administration is the journal of record on public administration, public management and public policy in Australia.
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WHAT’S IN THE
The March 2022 issue includes articles written by authors drawn from leading universities and research institutions across Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Scandinavia.
Some of the research and evaluation highlights include:
- Investigating the production and communication of evidence by the Productivity Commission: Apolitical, political, or somewhere in between? by Celia Green, Gemma Carey, Eleanor Malbon
- Commonwealth place-based policies for addressing geographically concentrated disadvantage: A typology and critical analysis by Aaron Hart, Julie Connolly
- Participation: Add-on or core component of public service delivery? by Stephen P. Osborne, Kirsty Strokosch
The issue also includes an EVIDENCE REVIEW of the following:
(Re)Thinking think tanks in the age of policy labs: The rise of knowledge-based policy influence organisations by Adam M. Wellstead, Michael Howlett
The current editors are Dr Michael Di Francesco, Crawford School of Public Policy, the Australian National University, Dr Azad Singh Bali, School of Politics and International Relations, College of Arts & Social Sciences, the Australian National University, Associate Professor Paul Fawcett, the University of Melbourne, and Dr Kim Moloney, Assistant Professor within the College of Public Policy at Hamad bin Khalifa University in Doha Qatar, previously at Murdoch University
Dr Michael Di Francesco
Michael is Senior Lecturer in Policy and Governance at the Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University. His expertise is public administration, with a focus on public budgeting and financial management, performance evaluation, and rule frameworks in public organisations. He also has significant senior public service advisory experience in Australian central finance agencies and international organisations such as the International Monetary Fund.
Dr Kim Moloney
Dr Kim Moloney is an Assistant Professor at the College of Public Policy at Hamad Bin Khalifa University in Doha Qatar. Her research focuses on two areas: (1) the intersection of public administration with international organizations and transnational administration and (2) the intersection of public administration with small states and island-states.
Dr Azad Singh Bali
Azad Bali is a Senior Lecturer in Public Policy at the Australian National University, and holds a joint appointment at the School of Politics & International Relations, and the Crawford School of Public Policy . His expertise lies in comparative public policy with an emphasis on health policy in Asia.
Associate Professor Paul Fawcett
Paul is Associate Professor of Public Policy and Chair of the Political Science Discipline in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne. His research interests include metagovernance theory, network governance, depoliticisation and political participation.