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1st ed.
Canberra : ANU Press, 2021
1 online resource (438 pages)
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ISBN 9781760464370 (electronic bk.)
ISBN 9781760464363
Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) Ser.
Print version: de Percy, Michael Politics, Policy and Public Administration in Theory and Practice Canberra : ANU Press,c2021 ISBN 9781760464363
Intro -- Preface -- Foreword -- Contributors -- Portrait of a life enthralled in politics and academe -- Section 1: Budgeting and financial management -- Introduction to Section 1: Public finance, budgeting and financial management -- 1.Reflections on John Wanna’s contributions to theory and practice -- 2. Australian budgeting and beyond: Exploring John Wanna’s scholarly surplus -- 3. Performance management for success: Public sector organisations in Australia and the Philippines -- 4. A system in adjustment: Australia’s evolving public budget management system -- 5. Contradictions in implementing performance management -- Section 2: Politics -- Introduction to Section 2: Queensland and Australian politics -- 6. Cabinet government: The least bad system of government? -- 7. ’A long revolution’: The historical coverage of Queensland politics and government -- 8. Policymaking, party executives and parliamentary policy actors -- 9. Models of government-business relations: Industry policy preferences versus pragmatism -- Section 3: Public policy and administration -- Introduction to Section 3: Public policy and public administration -- 10. Beyond new public governance -- 11. Chinese public administration developments and prospects: An Australian (and Hong Kong) perspective -- 12. Coming to terms with the state -- Section 4: Working with practitioners -- Introduction to Section 4: Working with practitioners -- 13. Engaging with government: A confessional tale -- 14. Neoliberalism? That’s not how practitioners view public sector reform -- 15. Of ’trifles’ and ’manhole covers’: The practitioner-academic interface -- Appendix 1: John Wanna’s main publications -- Appendix 2: Higher degree students supervised by John Wanna 1983-2020.
This festschrift celebrates the extensive contribution John Wanna has made to the research and practice of politics, policy and public administration..

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