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The lead item in the Coalition women's policy for the 2013 federal election was the return of the Office for Women to the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet. Since 2004 it had been located 20 kilometres from the heart of government, relegated to a...
This paper models the outcomes of South Australian state lower house elections from 1997 to 2010 under five different ordinal vote counting methods.
The results of the model confirm the findings of Rae (1971) that AV behaves in much the same manner as plurality...
Major party leaders not only seem to influence public opinion on global warming, argues this conference paper, but also have an impact upon Green voting in federal elections.
As the Australian environmental movement has routinised and become increasingly institutionalised, its representative aspect – the...
This paper explores the mechanisms through which multinational corporations the environmental regulatory policies of states.
Many countries in the majority world, because of international pressure or for domestic reasons, are in the process of establishing and strengthening their environmental regulatory framework. At the same...