Chris Aulich

Chris is now a Visiting Professor at the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis, after more than 20 years as a teacher and researcher in public administration at the University of Canberra (UC).

Chris came to UC from the commonwealth public sector where he held senior appointments in the areas of sport and local government. At UC he served as Head of School of Management & Policy and Director of the Centre for Research in Public Sector Management (CRPSM) and Professor at the Institute for Governance and Policy Analysis. He maintains an active research profile having now co-edited five books involving members of CRPSM and the Institute. The most recent is The Gillard Governments, the eleventh volume in the Australian Commonwealth Administration series which has mapped each of Australia’s governments since 1983. Chris has also published widely in both Australian and international books and journals.

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New: Briony Jones on Knowledge for Peace - bringing research, policy and practice together https://t.co/bQlhYh20hY? https://t.co/6PgJZ5XLIq
RT @Dan_Bourchier: This is a fascinating read, interesting discussions on both sides of the ledger about the contentious S.44. What do? https://t.co/LWd2LuQvZw
Today: @MarkEvansACT & @ProfStoker on "Dual Citizenship: Make a Date with Democracy and Let the Public Decide" Is i? https://t.co/vFwK0gBHTF
Today: The Origins, Impact and Significance of 'Wicked Problems' https://t.co/N9hZ2r6HPl - @Kate__Crowley and Bria? https://t.co/AElgBIu4EX
Today: @Dan_Bourchier writes on the urgent need for Northern Territory reform, arguing now is the time for decisive? https://t.co/WCIbxNztNi