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Australian commonwealth statutory authorities : their contribution to an accountable public administration

Stone, Bruce


The widespread use of the statutory authority has long been seen as a major characteristic of Australian public administration. A major theme in the literature on statutory authorities in countries such as Australia whose core institutions of government are based on the Westminster model is the problem of accountability which these bodies are alleged to cause. This thesis addresses that problem in the context of Australian Commonwealth government. The general aim of the thesis is to...[Show more]

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Date published: 1990
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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