Partisans at the centre of government : the role of ministerial advisers in the Keating government 1991-96
This thesis explores the role and significance of ministerial advisers in the Keating government (1991-1996). The role of ministerial advisers has changed substantially since they emerged in Australia in 1972, yet there is surprisingly little research about them. A study of the Keating period is useful as it tracks the evolution of the ministerial office over a critical period in its development: the Hawke-Keating years (1983-1996). In this period the role of adviser grew, developed in new...[Show more]
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