The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Local government, Public administration, Public economics, Economies of scale and Public policy. His work in the fields of Local government, such as Local governance, intersects with other areas such as Context. His Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Service provision and Politics.
His Public economics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Inefficiency, Ex-ante, Actuarial science, Economic efficiency and Public sector. His Economies of scale study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cost curve, Argument, Economic geography and Economy. His biological study deals with issues like Economic interventionism, which deal with fields such as Government failure, New public management, Index and New institutional economics.
Brian Dollery focuses on Local government, Public administration, Public economics, Government and State. Within one scientific family, Brian Dollery focuses on topics pertaining to Project commissioning under Local government, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Public relations. Brian Dollery combines subjects such as Government failure, Corporate governance, Public policy and Central government with his study of Public administration.
His work in Government failure is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Public choice. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Empirical evidence, Public sector and Revenue. Brian Dollery combines topics linked to Public finance with his work on Government.
Local government, Public administration, Government, Economies of scale and Public economics are his primary areas of study. Brian Dollery has included themes like Economic growth, Public policy, Regional science and Accounting, Consolidation in his Local government study. Many of his studies on Public administration apply to Scholarship as well.
Brian Dollery interconnects Legislation, Local community, Finance and Accountability in the investigation of issues within Government. His research in Economies of scale intersects with topics in Economy, Economic geography and Scope. He has researched Public economics in several fields, including Empirical evidence and Revenue.
His main research concerns Local government, Public administration, Economies of scale, Government and Public policy. The Local government study combines topics in areas such as Economic growth, Economy, Public economics and Accounting. His Public administration research incorporates themes from Rigour, Consolidation and Scholarship.
His work carried out in the field of Economies of scale brings together such families of science as Municipal services, Environmental economics, Economic geography and Scope. His Government research includes elements of Legislation and Mandate. His Public policy research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stimulus, Empirical research, Financial crisis and Government failure.
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THE EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FISCAL ILLUSION
Brian E. Dollery;Andrew C. Worthington.
Journal of Economic Surveys (1996)
Do Economies of Scale Exist in Australian Local Government? A Review of the Research Evidence1
Joel Byrnes;Brian Dollery.
Urban Policy and Research (2002)
Market Failure, Government Failure, Leadership and Public Policy
Brian E. Dollery;Joe L. Wallis.
Australian Local Government Economics
Brian. Dollery;Andrew. Johnson;Lin. Crase.
Is bigger local government better? An evaluation of the case for Australian municipal amalgamation programs
Brian Edward Dollery;L Crase.
Urban Policy and Research (2004)
Measuring Efficiency in Local Government: An Analysis of New South Wales Municipalities' Domestic Waste Management Function
Andrew C. Worthington;Brian E. Dollery.
Policy Studies Journal (2001)
An empirical survey of frontier efficiency measurement techniques in local government
Andrew Worthington;Brian Dollery.
Local Government Studies (2000)
Social economics and social capital
Joe Wallis;Paul Killerby;Brian Dollery.
International Journal of Social Economics (2004)
The relative economic efficiency of urban water utilities in regional New South Wales and Victoria
Joel Byrnes;Lin Crase;Brian Dollery;Renato Villano.
Resource and Energy Economics (2010)
The theory and practice of local government reform
Brian Dollery;Lorenzo Robotti.
Research Papers in Economics (2008)
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