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By Gauld, Robin; Goldfinch, Shaun
Information and the technology that supports its collection, communication and analysis is a core concern of government, making e-government (meaning electronically enabled government) fundamental to the ongoing 'reinvention' of public administration. This book looks at policies,... problems and prospects for e-government in a series of case studies.Read more
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By Goldfinch, Shaun; Yamamoto, Kiyoshi; Lee, Jessica
This book examines the problems, pitfalls and opportunities of different models of assessing research quality, drawing on studies from around the world.
By Goldfinch, Shaun
This study "sheds new light on economic policy-making and change, including the role of economic ideas and the importance of institutions and policy communities." Goldfinch interviewed more than 180 leading policy makers in Australia and New Zealand, including former prime minist...ers, ministers of finance, treasurers, public servants and other policy 'elites'.Read more
Examines the deregulation of the Australian and New Zealand economies in the 1980s and 1990s, highlighting the contrasts between the two countries' policymaking approaches. The author draws on interviews with over 180 policymakers in each country, including former prime ministers... and treasurers.Read more
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By Goldfinch, Shaun; Smith, Philippa Mein; Hempenstall, Peter
Explores New Zealand's most important and extensive relationship - with Australia - on a variety of levels over the past century. The authors present a combined narrative about a 'Tasman world', a working region defined by a history of traffic in ideas, policies, objects and peop...le.Read more
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