667 books (34 pages) in this category
by Margot O'Neill
Winner of the 2009 Australian Human Rights Commission Literature Non-Fiction AwardOn the 'long list' for the inaugural John Button Prize for Australian politics and social policyThis profoundly moving book reveals the untold story of the people ...
by Ian Geary
by Bob Ellis
by Mike Smith
by HALL DOUGLAS
by Anna Krien
by Paddy Manning
"Turnbull's privileged existence, helped by marrying into one of Sydney's most storied families, obscures a tough childhood and precocious talent. Left or right? Many Liberals believe Turnbull admirer of Jack Lang, mentored by Neville Wran, ...
by Marcia Langton
Professor Marcia Langton's 2012 Boyer Lectures discuss the dependency of Aboriginal businesses and not-for-profit corporations on the resources industry and their resultant vulnerability to economic downturns. 'My aim with the 53rd Boyer ...
by John Birmingham
by Charles Massy
by Milojevic Ivana
by Julian Knight
Your updated and revised guide to British politics So, you want to be knowledgeable about British politics but don't know where to start? You've come to the right place! British Politics For Dummies is your essential guide to understanding even ...
by Richard S. Grayson
Scotland voted against independence and then the SNP won all but three of the country's seats in the 2015 general election. Defying all the predictions, the Conservatives won a clear majority and held onto power. The coalition was over and the ...
by George Cicciarello-Maher
Since 2011, a wave of popular mobilizations has swept the globe, from Occupy to the Arab Spring, 15M in Spain and the uprisings in Greece. Their demands were varied, but what they share is a commitment to ideals of radical democracy, and a ...
by Wolfgang Streeck
The financial and economic crisis that began in 2008 still has the world on tenterhooks. The gravity of the situation is matched by a general paucity of understanding about what is happening and how it started. In this book, based on his 2012 ...
Debating American Government
by James A. Morone
How Corporate Bad Behaviour and Government Waste Combine to Cost us Millions.
by Margaret Hodge
by Donatella della Porta
Financial crisis, economic globalization and the strengthening of neoliberal policies present stark challenges to traditional conceptions of representative democracy. Yet, at the same time, new opportunities are emerging that propose alternative
by Rory Stewart
Best-selling author Rory Stewart and political economist Gerald Knaus examine the impact of large-scale interventions, from Bosnia to Afghanistan. Rory Stewart (author of The Places In Between) and Gerald Knaus distill their remarkable firsthand
by Andrew Gamble
After the most serious economic crash since the 1930s and the slowest recovery on record, austerity rules. Spending on the welfare state did not cause the crisis, but deep cuts in welfare budgets has become the default policy response. The ...