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Australasian Parliamentary Review

Spring/Summer 2016. Vol 31, No. 2 Journal cover

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From the editor, Colleen Lewis

Contents

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ARTICLES

‘The Accidental Leaders Play Their First Gig’: The 2015 New South Wales Election
David Clune

‘A Perfect Storm’ – The 2016 Double Dissolution Election
David Elder

Parliaments’ Reputation as the ‘Pre-Eminent’ Institution for Defending Rights: Do Parliamentary Committees Always Enhance this Reputation?
Laura Grenfell

Committees of Influence: Parliamentary Committees with the Capacity to Change Australia’s Counter-terrorism Laws
Sarah Moulds

New Kids on the Block or the Uusual Suspects? Is Public Engagement with Committees Changing or is Participation in Committee Inquires Still Dominated by a Handful of Organisations and Academics?
Pauline Painter

Fixed Reporting Dates for Senate References Committees: Are They Effective?
Colby Hannan

Budget Scrutiny in Australian State Parliaments
Kylie Coulson

A Parliamentary Budget Office in Fiji: Scope and Possibility
Usman Chohan and Kerry Jacobs

Dual Language Legislation: What Can New Zealand Learn From the Canadian Model
Helena Strange

The Political Consequences of Hansard Editorial Policies: The Case for Greater Transparency
Cecilia Edwards

When Referendums Go Wrong – Queensland’s 2016 Fixed Four-Year Term Proposal
Graeme Orr and Samara Cassar

Making Honey in the Bear Pit: Parliament and its Impact on Policymaking
Steven Reynolds

CHRONICLES

From the Tables – January–June 2016
Liz Kerr

BOOK REVIEWS

June Verrier
Parliamentarians’ Professional Development: The Need for Reform

 
 

© Australasian Study of Parliament Group. Requests for permission to reproduce material from Australasian Parliamentary Review should be directed to the Editor.

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Edited by Dr Colleen Lewis, Adjunct Professor, National Centre for Australian Studies, Monash University.
Designed and typeset by Ogle Digital, Canberra.
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Acknowledgments

The Australasian Study of Parliament Group wishes to express its gratitude to the following businesses and departments for their generous support for the activities of the Group, especially publication of Australasian Parliamentary Review.

ASPG also appreciates a substantial grant from the revenues arising from publication and sale of J. R. Odgers, Australian Senate Practice, 6th edition, 1991.


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