Minority Policy

Rethinking governance when parliament matters

Brenton Prosser, Richard Denniss
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Minority Policy

Subjects

Sociology

Published

2 March 2015

ISBN

9780522867640

Weight

484g

Size

216mm x 143mm

Subjects

Sociology

Imprint

MUP Academic

Minority Policy

Rethinking governance when parliament matters

Brenton Prosser, Richard Denniss

The great (untold) story of Australian politics is the pivotal role played by the individual parliamentarians who shape the fate of legislation that frames policy action.”
Brenton Prosser and Richard Denniss

Brenton Prosser

Brenton Prosser was senior policy adviser to Senator Nick Xenophon during the period when the senator first shared the balance of power in the Senate. He has previously published three books on health and education policy, as well as numerous papers in the areas of parliamentary integrity, media and politics. Currently, he is a senior research fellow at the Australian National University.

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Richard Denniss

Richard Denniss was chief of staff to Natasha Stott Despoja during the period that the Australian Democrats held the balance of power in the Senate. He is now executive director of the Australia Institute policy thinktank. He has recently published An Introduction to Australian Public Policy: Theory and Practice with Sarah Maddison, and is co-author (with Clive Hamilton) of the bestselling book Affluenza: When Too Much is Never Enough.

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