Current affiliation: University of MelbourneSubject speciality: Political SciencePrimary location: Australia
Published in:Disaster Prevention and ManagementPublication date:2014-01-28
The paper shows that in the U.S. and in Denmark, leading government experts were far more prominent in 2009 H1N1 'swine flu' response than presiden...
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2007-01-01
Published in:Administration & SocietyPublication date:2014-03-27
This is an article that shows how decisions within government agencies can be based on concerns about an agency's own reputation. It uses a unique ...
Published in:Public AdministrationPublication date:2011-08-02
How are governments politically able to contract-out public services, or otherwise engage in public-private partnerships? To offer an answer, this ...
Published in:Encyclopedia of GovernancePublication date:Not available
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2015-09-10
Multidisciplinary and International Perspectives
My contribution to this volume is a chapter on transboundary crisis management, specifically national responses to the 2009 H1N1 influenza pandemic.
Published in:Not availablePublication date:2014-12-23
Expertise, skills and experience
My contribution to this volume is a chapter on decision-making by an expert agency engaging in pandemic responses during 2009.
Published in:Public AdministrationPublication date:2016-02-17
ROLE OF EXPERTS IN 2009 H1N1 VACCINATION
The article analyzes theoretically and empirically why similar polities respond differently to the same public health threats. It reviews several k...
Published in:Journal of European Public PolicyPublication date:2016-05-24
Published in:Policy SciencesPublication date:2016-09-25
What logics steer policy-making when science really leads? This is a core issue for contemporary policy improvement doctrines such as innovation, e...
Published in:GovernancePublication date:2016-09-01
INFORMATION DILEMMAS AND BLAME-AVOIDANCE STRATEGIES