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Note from the Editor, Sarah Moulds


A ‘cabinet without a parliament’? Scrutinising the National Cabinet
Emma Banyer

Fiscal Objectives, Targets and Risks: Options to Improve Victoria’s Fiscal Framework
Anthony Close

Upper House Majorities and Committee Activity: A Comparative Study*
Maddison Evans

Developing a Typology of Resolutions: A comparative study of the power of resolutions in the Australian and United States Senate*
Lisa Butson

Integrity Agency Funding: The case of Australasian Auditors General*
Peter Wilkins

Withdrawal of Strangers*
Aleshia Westgate

Confidentiality and executive accountability: the case of National Cabinet*
Emma Wannell

Japanese Delegated Legislation: The Local Autonomy Law*
Dr Kelvin Matthews

* Indicates that the article has been double-blind reviewed.


The South Australian Parliamentary Internship Program at the University of Adelaide, Flinders University, and the University of South Australia: An Example of Cooperation on Work Related Learning.
Cenz Lancione


Bob Hawke: Demons and Destiny, by Troy Bramston. Viking Publishing, 2022, pp. 676, Paperback RRP $49.99 ISBN: 9780143788096

Sir William McKell, by David Clune. Connor Court Publishing, 2021, pp. 76, Paperback RRP $19.95 ISBN: 9781922449726.
Michael Easson

The Party. The Communist Party of Australia from Heyday to Reckoning, by Stuart Macintyre. Allen & Unwin, 2022 pp. 512, Paperback RRP $49.99 ISBN:9781760875183.
Michael Easson



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