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:2017-02-01
Direct Evidence from Responses to the 2009 H1N1 “Swine” Influenza Pandemic
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