Public administration

A little less conversation? Track II Dialogue and transboundary water governance

Foreign aid donors are increasingly investing in the good governance of freshwater resources in developing countries. One method used by many such...

Does growth in non-profit institutions improve government transparency? A case study from Vietnam

Non-profit institutions have long been believed to significantly contribute to good governance practice, particularly in transitional or authoritarian...

Curbing congestion and vehicular emissions in China: a call for economic measures

With the exponential growth of the national vehicle fleet in the last three decades, most cities in China are facing mounting pressure to tackle...

Age and gender group differences in employment responses to monetary policy shock in a small open economy: the case of Korea

A Factor Augmented Vector Autoregressive model is constructed in a way that it resolves the price puzzle problem and separately identifies domestic and...

Silk roads of the twenty-first century: the cultural dimension

Much has been written about China’s grand project of the twenty-first century, the Silk Road Economic Belt and the 21st Century Maritime Silk Road—or the...

The future of Hong Kong governance: the pro-independence legislators' election fallout and Beijing's political voice in Hong Kong

This article examines the activities, street-level and Legco tactics as well as the political orientation of the pro-autonomy advocates, localists and pro...

Closing the cycle: how South Australia and Asia can benefit from re-inventing used nuclear fuel management

A large and growing market exists for the management of used nuclear fuel. Urgent need for service lies in Asia, also the region of the fastest growth in...

Mitigating tensions over land conversion in Papua, Indonesia

In the south of the biodiversity-rich Indonesian province of Papua, a large agricultural program is planned for the districts around Merauke, with the...

Why a national peace agreement is important for Myanmar

As Myanmar readies itself for the second national conference on its ‘new’ peace process in February 2017, an update on outstanding issues with Myanmar’s...

Insights for Indigenous policy from the applied behavioural sciences

People are neither completely rational, nor completely random in their decisions. Rather, they exhibit predictable biases that not only make it less...

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