A new policy-making instrument? The First Australian Consensus Conference

Mohr, A. 2003. A new policy-making instrument? The First Australian Consensus Conference. PhD thesis Griffith University School of Humanities, Faculty of Arts

TitleA new policy-making instrument? The First Australian Consensus Conference
TypePhD thesis
AuthorsMohr, A.
Year2003
Publication dates
Published2003
Web address (URL)http://www4.gu.edu.au:8080/adt-root/public/adt-QGU20030707.075312/index.html

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