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Linguistics connects with themes related to Government (linguistics) in his study. Government (linguistics) is closely attributed to Linguistics in his work. Brian Dollery integrates Public administration and Public finance in his research. His research combines Archaeology and Local government. In most of his Archaeology studies, his work intersects topics such as Local government. His Law study frequently links to other fields, such as Social capital. He connects Public economics with Microeconomics in his research. In his research, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Microeconomics and Public economics. Brian Dollery incorporates Finance and Corporate governance in his research.
His studies link Government (linguistics) with Linguistics. The study of Government (linguistics) is intertwined with the study of Linguistics in a number of ways. Brian Dollery carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Public administration and Politics. In his articles, Brian Dollery combines various disciplines, including Politics and Law. Law and Public administration are two areas of study in which Brian Dollery engages in interdisciplinary work. His Local government study typically links adjacent topics like Archaeology. Many of his studies involve connections with topics such as Local government and Archaeology. He applies his multidisciplinary studies on Finance and Corporate governance in his research. He undertakes multidisciplinary studies into Corporate governance and Finance in his work.
His Linguistics study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Government (linguistics), Portuguese and Comparative case. His Linguistics research extends to the thematically linked field of Government (linguistics). He regularly ties together related areas like Local government in his Public administration studies. He integrates Local government with Municipal services in his study. In most of his Municipal services studies, his work intersects topics such as Public administration. He integrates many fields in his works, including Economy and Economic geography. Brian Dollery integrates Economic geography and Economy in his research. He merges Accounting with Finance in his study. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Finance and Accounting.
His Linguistics study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Government (linguistics), Comparative case and Portuguese. His research brings together the fields of Linguistics and Government (linguistics). Many of his studies on Finance apply to Financial management and Corporate governance as well. Brian Dollery performs multidisciplinary study in Corporate governance and Finance in his work. His Waste management study typically links adjacent topics like Municipal solid waste and Wastewater. His Wastewater study frequently draws parallels with other fields, such as Waste management. Among his research on Economic growth, you can see a combination of other fields of science like Development economics and Environmental planning. By researching both Development economics and Macroeconomics, Brian Dollery produces research that crosses academic boundaries. He integrates many fields in his works, including Macroeconomics and Production (economics).
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THE EMPIRICAL ANALYSIS OF FISCAL ILLUSION
Brian E. Dollery;Andrew C. Worthington.
Journal of Economic Surveys (1996)
Market Failure, Government Failure, Leadership and Public Policy
Brian E. Dollery;Joe L. Wallis.
Do Economies of Scale Exist in Australian Local Government? A Review of the Research Evidence1
Joel Byrnes;Brian Dollery.
Urban Policy and Research (2002)
Australian Local Government Economics
Brian. Dollery;Andrew. Johnson;Lin. Crase.
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)
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)
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)
Social economics and social capital
Joe Wallis;Paul Killerby;Brian Dollery.
International Journal of Social Economics (2004)
The theory and practice of local government reform
Brian Dollery;Lorenzo Robotti.
Research Papers in Economics (2008)
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