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By Althaus, Catherine
Whether we are dealing with natural disasters or a visit from a Head of State, the calculation of political risk has become an increasingly important part of the political decision making process.
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Presents an examination of the hard edge of how political risk is calculated and used in decision making. This title opens with an outline of the historical and linguistic origins of risk, the 'risk society' concept, and how risk has come to be so prominent in the context of envi...ronmental disaster and terrorism.Read more
By Davis, Glyn; Althaus, Catherine; Bridgman, Peter
This authoritative guide to the practice and process of public policy in Australia combines sound analysis and practical know - how in a handbook of great value to students, teachers and practitioners.' - Professor Allan Fels, AO, Dean, Australia and New Zealand School of Governm...ent (ANZSOG) Public policy permeates every aspect of our lives. It ...Read more
By Althaus, Catherine; Bridgman, Peter; Davis, Glyn
A fully revised and updated 6th edition of this classic introduction to the process of policy development in government.
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By Althaus, Catherine; O'Faircheallaigh, Ciaran
How the voices, personal experiences, and understandings of Indigenous public servants make a difference in Canada and Australia.
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