Centre Seminar Series:
11 September 2015 - Robyn Hollander, Griffith University, What same sex relationships can teach us about policy diffusion
18 September 2015 - Shahar Hameiri, Murdoch University, Beyond 'Hybridity: How International Intervention and Local Politics Interact
25 September 2015 - Natasha Hamilton-Hart, University of Auckland, Capital Controls: On the Menu, but (Mostly) Off the Table?
Law, Institutions and Political Philosophy
Centre Director Prof. Haig Patapan and Associate Professor Luis Cabrera (photo above) travelled to New Delhi, India recently to present original research at a workshop titled 'Law, Institutions and Political Philosophy.'
The event featured internationally recognized scholars from such institutions as Yale University and Kings College London, as well as a number of scholars from the University of Delhi.
The workshop was organized by Prof. Ashok Acharya of Delhi, who visited the Centre in May this year to present his own research.
The session was fully subscribed, with attendees from departments and agencies across the Queensland public service eager to hear what John had to say on the topic of Government and the Customer: What could possibly go wrong?
Questions came thick and fast following the formal presentation. John’s session was a useful and insightfully addition to the One-Stop Shop Expert series which benefited attendees and presenter alike.