The Australasian Parliamentary Review is a journal of issues affecting the operation of Parliaments in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
The APR is committed to encouraging and stimulating research, writing and teaching about the parliamentary institutions of the region. Material on issues relating to parliament, whether arising from policy debates, major committee reports, political and electoral matters, referenda or significant court decisions is published in the APR. Articles covering international events, where relevant to parliament, are also published.
The APR is published online twice a year.
APR Journal Archive
The online version of each APR Journal becomes available publicly six months after its release.
Copies of these Journals (or articles) are available from the links below: