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Transparency Occasional Paper 4: Transparency in practice

Authors: Andrew Stott
Published Date: 01 August 2012
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Policy Skills, Development and Implementation, Transparency
Summary This series of papers is designed to show how transparency can be used as a means to the end: effective policy implementation while minimising costs to the taxpayer. In the series there are p...
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Transparency Occasional Paper 3: Transparency and policy implementation

Authors: Nicholas Gruen
Published Date: 13 July 2012
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Policy Skills, Development and Implementation, Transparency
Summary This series of papers is designed to show how transparency can be used as a means to the end: effective policy implementation while minimising costs to the taxpayer. In the series there are p...
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Transparency Occasional Paper 5: Transparency and the performance of outsourced government services

Authors: Richard Mulgan
Published Date: 16 March 2015
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Transparency
Summary This series of papers is designed to show how transparency can be used as a means to an end: effective policy implementation while minimising costs to the taxpayer. In the series there are pa...
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Transparency Occasional Paper 2: Transparency and productivity

Authors: John Houghton and Nicholas Gruen
Published Date: 13 July 2012
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Transparency
Summary This series of papers is designed to show how transparency can be used as a means to the end: effective policy implementation while minimising costs to the taxpayer. In the series there are p...
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Transparency Occasional Paper 1: Transparency and public sector performance

Authors: Richard Mulgan
Published Date: 05 July 2012
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Transparency
This series of papers is designed to show how transparency can be used as a means to the end: effective policy implementation while minimising costs to the taxpayer. In the series there are papers tha...
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Government as a social machine report 2: The machines

Authors: Anni Rowland-Campbell, Michael Vitale, Valentina Cardo, Peter Thompson
Published Date: 13 March 2014
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Digital, Technology, Transparency
Summary This project seeks to explain how governments around the world are using the web, and more specifically 'Web 2.0', as a market-based policy instrument. Web 2.0 technologies enable read/w...
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Too much ‘Dreaming’: Evaluations of the Northern Territory National Emergency Response Intervention 2007–2012

Authors: Jon Altman and Susie Russell
Published Date: 04 December 2012
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Evidence-based policy, Indigenous Issues, Race Relations
Abstract The Northern Territory National Emergency Response Intervention (the Intervention) of 2007 was a  bold experiment by the Howard Government. The Intervention was developed quickly withou...