A recent global phenomenon is that parliaments, which were predicted to decline, have developed new and vital roles and reinvigorated institutions. This is partly because of the rise of the career politician, but also because of new developments in legislative roles. No study has yet been done of the Australian House of Representatives as an evolving institution. The study would reinterpret the role of the House under modern conditions of governance, and consider the potential for its further development as an institution
|The Evolution of the Australian House of Represent
|Effective start/end date
|1/01/05 → 30/06/05
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