Material submitted to the APR may be considered more suited to publication as a research paper, where a worthy article does not have the required attributes, but is of substantive interest to the APR reader.
Recent research papers about matters of parliamentary practice and procedure are available from the links below:
The Passage Through the New Zealand House of Representatives of the Local Government (Auckland Reorganisation) Bill
Can I Get A Witness?: Should the NSW Parliamentary Evidence Act 1901 be amended
The Slipper conspiracy – sedition or contempt?
Do free conferences have a place in the present-day NSW Parliament?
Status of the Clerk: are Mozambique and Tanzania the most appropriate role models for the Northern Territory?
Understanding Conscience Vote Decisions: The Case of the ACT
Peter Balint and Cheryl Moir
“In the Bush with Ballots, Boxes and Countrymen”
Parliamentary remuneration and entitlements
Cathy Madden and Deirdre McKeown
The base salary for senators and members
Leanne Manthorpe (updated by Cathy Madden, Deirdre McKeown and Guy Woods)
A productive anomaly: New Zealand’s Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment
Who else can judge the judges?: The role of Parliament in the removal of judicial officers from judicial office
Independent Officers of Parliament – Fact or fiction?
Do Uniform Schemes of Legislation Undermine State Sovereignty?