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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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Opening Government

Published Date: 30 April 2018
Key Topic and Teaching Concept: Transparency
Summary Transparency and citizen engagement remain essential to good government and sound public policy. Indeed, they may well be the key to restoring trust in government itself, currently at an all-...
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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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After the Ribbon Cutting: Governing PPPs in the medium to long term

Authors: Graeme Hodge, Emille Boulot, Colin Duffield and Carsten Greve
Published Date: 03 October 2017
Abstract Much attention has gone towards ‘up-front’ processes when delivering infrastructure public–private partnerships (PPPs), but less on how to best govern after the ribbon is cut and the i...
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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...