Australian Journal of Public Administration
© National Council of the Institute of Public Administration Australia
Edited By: Helen Dickinson, Maria Katsonis, Adrian Kay, Janine O'Flynn and Anne Tiernan
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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 35/46 (Public Administration)
Online ISSN: 1467-8500
Sam Richardson Award
The Sam Richardson Award is presented annually to the author of the most influential article published in the Australian Journal of Public Administration. Each year, AJPA’s Editorial Board and representatives of the IPAA divisions assess a shortlist of articles, with the winner announced at the National Conference.
The Award honours Dr S (Sam) Richardson AO, CBE, the founding principal of the Canberra College of Advanced Education (the forerunner of the University of Canberra), and a principal benefactor of the University of Canberra’s Public Administration Research Trust Fund.
List of Sam Richardson Award recipients:
Under Cover of Westminster: Enabling and Disabling a Public Service Commission in New South Wales
Michael Di Francesco
Coombs’ Bastard Child: The Troubled Life of CDEP
Assessing the Capacity to Deliver – The BER Experience
Organising for effective emergency management: Lessons from research
Arjen Boin and Paul 't Hart
The Future of the Public Service: A Search for a New Balance
Honourable Jocelyn Bourgon
The Limits to Public Value, or Rescuing Responsible Government from the Platonic Guardians
R.A.W Rhodes and John Wanna
Dilemmas in Policy Support for the Arts and Cultural Sector
Navigating the Future: A Case Study of Growing Victoria Together
Mapping Public Participation in Policy Choices
Patrick Bishop and Glyn Davis
Auditors-General: Cuckoos in the Managerialist Nest?
An Evaluation Crucible: Evaluating Policy Advice in Australian Central Agencies
Michael Di Francesco
Comparing Accountability in the Public and Private Sectors
The Future of Government: Mixed Economy or Minimal State?
The Captain is a Schizophrenic!' or Contradictions in the Concept of the Steering State
David de Carvalho
Departmental Secretaries: Appointment, Termination and Their Impact
Pat Weller and John Wanna
Virtual Government: What Will Remain Inside the Public Sector?
Competitive Tendering and Contracting in the Australian Public Sector
The Peculiar Tasks of Public Management: Towards Conceptual Discrimination
The Reform of Public Management: An Overview
Public Management or Public Administration?