Research

  • Jenny Stewart, The two Canberras: essays on public policy, Adelaide: Ginninderra Press, 2011.
  • Jenny Stewart, Public Policy Values, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2009, 240pp
  • Jenny Stewart (2009), Dilemmas of Engagement: the role of consultation in governance, ANZSOG Research Monograph, Canberra ANU e-books, 85pp http://epress.anu.edu.au/dilemmas_citation.html
  • Jenny Stewart and Grant Jones, Renegotiating the environment: the power of politics, Sydney, Federation Press, 2003, 181pp
  • Jenny Stewart, The lie of the level playing field: industry policy and Australia’s future, Text publishing, Melbourne, 1994, 305 pp
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  • Wendy Jarvie and Jenny Stewart (2011) ‘Working with complexity: community engagement and the Murdi Paaki COAG Trial 2002-2007’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 70(3), 259-274.
  • Jenny Stewart amd Kathleen Mackie (2011) ‘When policy goes wrong: the problem of transmitted risk’, Australian Journal of Political Science 46(4), 669-682
  • Jenny Stewart (2011) ‘Multiple-case Study Methods in governance-related research’, Public Management Review, DOI:10.1080/14719037.2011.589618
  • Jenny Stewart (2007) ‘Managing across boundaries: the problem of conflicting values’, Third Sector Review 13(2): 71-86.
  • Jenny Stewart (2007) ‘Academics and the public policy game: commentators, coaches or players’. Public Policy 2(1) 1-9
  • Jenny Stewart and Maria Maley (2007) ‘The Howard government and political management: the challenge of policy activism’, Australian Journal of Political Science, June, vol 42 no 2, pp277-294
  • Industry policy’ in Galligan, B.(ed) Oxford Companion to Australian Politics, Melbourne: OUP2007
  • Jenny Stewart and Michael O’Donnell, Implementing change in a public agency: leadership, learning and organisational resilience’ International Journal of Public Sector Management,2007
  • Jenny Stewart ‘Value conflict and policy change’, Review of Policy Research, vol 23 no 1, January 2006
  • Jenny Stewart, ‘Educational policy: politics, markets and the decline of “publicness”, Policy and Politics June 2005, vol 33 no 3, pp475-487
  • Jenny Stewart, ‘The meaning of strategy in the public sector’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, December 2004, vol 63, no 4, 16-21
  • Jenny Stewart and Paul Kringas, ‘Change management strategy and values in  six agencies from the Australian Public Service’, Public Administration Review, vol 63(6), November December 2003, pp 662-674
  • (with Russell Ayres) ‘Systems theory and public policy: an exploration’, Policy Sciences, March 2001, 79-94.
  • Jenny Stewart,  ‘Purchaser/provider: are the purchasers ready for it?’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol 58(4), December 1999, 105-109
  • Jenny Stewart and Grant Jones ‘Explaining institutional effectiveness in Australian environmental management: an application of the Haas, Keohane and Levy model’, Australian Journal of Political Science, vol.34, no. 2, July 1999, pp 169-288
  • ‘The level playing field’ in Jay Shafritz (ed) International Encyclopedia of Public Policy and Administration, Holt, 1997
  • (with Coralie McCormack) ‘Experiencing and supporting change: from lecture to interactive groupwork’, Teaching in Higher Education, vol.2, no.2, 1997, 167-180
  • ‘Australian water management: towards the ecological bureaucracy?’ Environmental and Planning Law Journal , vol.14, no.4, August 1997, 259-267
  •  (with Megan Kimber) ‘The transformation of bureaucracy? Structural change in the Commonwealth Public Service 1983-93’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol.55, No.3, September, 1996, pp37-48
  • ‘Public management 1995: the year that was’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, vol. 55, No.1, March 1996, pp 118-126
  • ‘Solving the riddle of industrial policy: a comparative perspective’, Australian Journal of Political Science, Vol.31, No.1, March, 1996, pp 25-36
  • ‘Models of priority setting for public sector research’, Research Policy 24:1995, 115-126
  • ‘Rational choice theory, public policy and the liberal state’, Policy Sciences 26:1993, pp 317-330
  • ‘Corporatism, pluralism and political learning: a systems approach’, Journal of Public Policy, vol.12, no.3, 1992, pp 243-255
  • ‘Traditional Australian industry policy: what went wrong?’, Prometheus, 9 (2), December 1991, pp 249-264.
  • ‘Australian public policy and the problem of fragmentation’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 50 (3), September 1991, pp361-368.
  • ‘Fiscal dependence, policy autonomy: some problems in intergovernmental relations in Australia’, Australian Journal of Political Science, 26 (3), 1991, pp 535-544
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  • ‘Managing and restructuring the public sector’ in Summers, Woodward and Parkin (eds), Government, Politics, Power and Policy in Australia, 8th edition, French’s Forest, Pearson Education, 2006, pp 113-133
  • ‘Environmental policy’ in Summers, Woodward and Parkin (eds), Government, Politics, Power and Policy in Australia, 8th edition, French’s Forest, Pearson Education, 2006, pp 545-564
  • ‘Public sector management’ in Summers, Woodward and Parkin (eds), Government, Politics, Power and Policy in Australia, 7th edition, French’s Forest, Pearson Education, 2002, pp 67-88
  • ‘Horizontal coordination: the Australian experience’, in Meredith Edwards and John Langford (eds) New players, partners and processes: a public sector without boundaries, National Institute for Governance and Centre for Public Sector Studies, University of Victoria, BC, 2002, pp 145-152
  • (with Russell Ayres) ‘The policy process’ in Halligan, Aulich, Jones and Nutley (eds) Australian Handbook of Public Sector Management, Sydney, Allen and Unwin, 2001, pp 20-35
  • ‘The Howard Government and Federalism: the end of an era?’, Gwynneth Singleton (ed) The Howard Government: Australian Commonwealth Administration, 1996-98, UNSW Press, 2000, pp 151-161
  • ‘Open access – trade policy under Labor’ in Michael Carman and Ian Rogers (eds) Out of the rut: making Labor a genuine alternative, Allen & Unwin 1999, pp 237-260
  • ‘Industry policy’ in Scott Prasser and Graeme Starr (eds) Policy and change: the Howard mandate, Hale & Iremonger, 1997, pp 149-157
  • ‘Government and business as policy’ in Prasser, Nethercote and Colebatch (eds) Business-government relations: concepts and issues, Thomas Nelson, Sydney, 1996, pp 150-172
  • ‘Australian trade policy: a dissident view’, Current Affairs Bulletin, December 1995/January 1996, pp 29-35
  • ‘Trade and industry policies’ in Scott Prasser, John Nethercote and John Warhurst (eds) The Menzies era: a reappraisal of government, politics & policy, Hale & Iremonger, Sydney 1995, pp 185-201
  • ‘Science and technology under Labor 1983-93’ in Jenny Stewart (ed) From Hawke to Keating, op.cit. pp 265-288
  • (with Francis G. Castles) ‘Towards industrially sustainable development: Australian industry policy in the 1980s’ in Ian Marsh (ed.) Governing in the 1990s, Melbourne, Longman Cheshire, 1993, pp 199-225
  • ‘Science, technology and industry policy: are we in the race?’ in Jenny Stewart (ed) The management of science and technology, Federalism Research Centre, 1992.
  • ‘Mapping the system’, and ‘National purposes, federal government’ in Jenny Stewart (ed) National purposes, federal government: an overview of science and technology in Australia, Canada and the Federal Republic of Germany, ASTEC, 1990
  • ‘Evaluation in industry policy’ in John Uhr (ed.) Decision-making in Australian government: program evaluation, Federalism Research Centre, November 1991, pp 90-100
  • (with John Warhurst) ‘Manufacturing industry policies’ in Head and Patience (eds) From Fraser to Hawke: Australian Public Policy in the 1980s, Melbourne, Longman Cheshire.
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  • ‘Holding power to account’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration no 111, March 2004
  • ‘Participatory governance, power and public administration’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, vol 110, December 2003
  • ‘Networks and the new public policy’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, vol 102, December 2001, pp 1-4
  • ‘Rethinking University management’, Australian Universities Review, vol.40, no.2, 1997, pp 36-41
  • ‘Is public management possible?’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, No. 78, August 1995, pp 1-5
  • ‘Solving the riddle of industry policy’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, September 1993
  • ‘Industry policy and why Australia needs one’, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, August, 1989.
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  • ‘Pell-mell rush to develop Canberra’, Canbera Times, 23 March 2006, p.17
  • ‘Homing in on imaginative ideas’ The Public Sector Informant, December 2005
  • ‘Super school not the answer to declining enrolments’, Canberra Times, 26 July 2005
  • ‘Equal-opportunity grants’, The Australian June 15 2005, p.43
  • ‘Four years on: a report card on the Stanhope government’ Public Sector Informant, June 2005, pp 14-15
  • ‘Morale dies in hunt for profit’, The Australian HES, 22 September 2004
  • ‘Virtues and vices of comparison’ Canberra Times, 1 October 2003, p. 17
  • ‘ACT Education now lags behind the states’, Canberra Times, 12 September 2003
  • ‘Getting it right after the fires’, Public Sector Informant, September 2003, p. 2
  • ‘Holding the line against falling uni standards’, Canberra Times, 3 June 2003, p.11
  • ‘The mystery of the missing minister’, Public Sector Informant, March 2002
  • ‘Figuring the truth on school funding’, Canberra Times, 23 March 2001
  • ‘Work for the dole a fillip for jobless’, Canberra Times, 26 February 2001
  • ‘When a dream hits the turf’, Canberra Times, 11 October 2000
  • ‘Public schools on the outer’, Canberra Times, November 16 1999
  • ‘ACTEW not an ideological plaything’, Canberra Times, November 17 1998
  • ‘Finding the right incentive’, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 July 1996
  • ‘PS cuts are not the key to national prosperity’, Canberra Times 25/4/96
  • ‘Why R&D is not a contest’, Canberra Times, 21 March 1996
  • ‘The economy as a business’, Canberra Times 18 January 1996
  • ‘Foreign investment policies need revision’, Canberra Times, 2 November 1995
  • ‘Innovation in the doldrums’, Canberra Times, 16 October 1995
  • ‘The continuing problem of creeping classifications’, Canberra Times, 16 August 1995
  • ‘Residents pay high price’, Sydney Morning Herald, 13 February 1995
  • Overview of Working nation, The Australian, 6 May 1994
  • ‘APEC dilemmas of a trade gadfly’, The Australian, 6 December 1993
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  • Jenny Stewart ‘Conflict resolution and participatory governance’, Proceedings of the International expert group meeting on conflict resolution and participatory governance, Seoul, 6-7 October 2005, Seoul, National Research Council for Economics Humanities and Social Sciences, October 2005
  • Jenny Stewart, ‘The meaning of strategy in the public sector’, in Anderson, Smith and Teicher (eds) Towards public value: management and employment for outcomes, Proceedings. Melbourne, Department of Management, Monash University, December 2003.
  • Grant Jones and Jenny Stewart, ‘An emergent model of environmental governance by business, government and the community’, Proceedings of the Australian and New Zealand Academy of Management 2002, La Trobe University, November, 2002
  • Jenny Stewart and Grant Jones, ‘Fashioning consensus in Australian Environmental Management’, Proceedings of the 1999 Annual Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association, Sydney, September 1999
  • Jenny Stewart ‘Theorising new public management’, Proceedings of the Joint Conference of the Australasian Political Studies Association and the European Union Studies Association of New Zealand, September 1998, University of Canterbury, NZ
  • Jenny Stewart and Grant Jones, ‘The green battlefield: conflict resolution in Australian environmental management’, Australasian Political Studies Association, Proceedings of the 1997 Annual Conference, vol.3, Department of Politics, Flinders University of South Australia,
  • ‘International best practice in industry policy’ in W. Melody (ed.) Toward international best practice in telecommunications, CIRCIT, 1992.
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  • ‘Organisational renewal’, Address to IPAA National Conference, Canberra. November 2004
  • ‘The practice of leadership’ Keynote address to Annual Conference of Twynam Agricultural Company, Sydney, 8 November 2004
  • ‘Plain English’ Keynote address to Local Government Chief Officers’ Group Conference, McLaren Vale, South Australia, November 2004
  • ‘Dealing with bureaucracy’ Keynote speech to ACROD CEOs conference, Canberra, May 2003
  • ‘Leadership and innovation’ Keynote speech Public International Public Works Conference, Perth, August 2001 ‘The world of blah’, Keynote address to the 27th National Congress of the Royal Australian Planning Institute, Darwin, September 1999 ‘Using consultants for policy advice’, Address to IQPC Conference on Performance Measures for Policy Advice, April 1999
  • ‘Outsourcing and the APS’, Address to Security in Government 1997 Conference
  • ‘The new Public Service Act and what it means’, Address to the Regional Heads of Departments conference, Darwin, May 1997
  • ‘Administrative law in the age of the contract’, Address to the Australian Institute of Administrative Law Annual Conference, Canberra, May 1997
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  • ‘Depression’ Eureka Street, June 2005
  • ‘Confessions of a bush treasurer’, Quadrant, May 2002
  • ‘Take me to your leader’, Quadrant, January-February 2000
  • ‘It’s academic’, Quadrant, June 1999
  • ‘Public disservice’, Australian Quarterly, November-December 1998
  • ‘How to get on’, Quadrant, October, 1997
  • ‘Dismantling the state’, Quadrant, April, 1997
  • ‘The cult of management and the decline of the tealady’, Quadrant, April 1996
  • ‘Letter from academia’, Quadrant, June 1995
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  • ‘Ethics in organisation’, Public Administration Today, October-December 2005, p68-69
  • Review of Deborah Stone, Policy paradox: the art of political decision-making, AJPA, 57:3, September 1998, p 136
  • Review of P.Ewer (ed) For the common good: public sector research and development, Prometheus, 15:3, December 1997, p.413
  • Review of John Uhr and Keith Mackay (eds), Evaluating policy advice: learning from Commonwealth experience, Canberra Bulletin of Public Administration, no.81, October 1996, pp39-41
  • Review of ‘Public goods, public enterprise, public choice’, (Hugh Stretton and Lionel Orchard), Quadrant, July-August 1995
  • Review of ‘A defence of economic rationalism’ James, Jones and Norton (eds) and King and Lloyd (eds) ‘Economic rationalism: dead end or way forward?’, Quadrant, November-December 1993
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