His primary areas of investigation include Public administration, Public sector, Corporate governance, New public management and Public relations. Many of his research projects under Public administration are closely connected to Product, Ninth and System change with Product, Ninth and System change, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Public sector research integrates issues from Performance measurement, Political management, Knowledge management and Capacity building.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Government, International comparisons, Index and Process management. His studies deal with areas such as Social Welfare, Horizontal integration, Agency and Central government as well as New public management. His Public relations study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Service delivery framework, Joined up government and Whole of government.
His main research concerns Public administration, Public service, Public sector, Corporate governance and Government. His work deals with themes such as Accountability, Public policy, Service delivery framework, Civil service and Politics, which intersect with Public administration. His research combines Political economy and Politics.
His Public service research is included under the broader classification of Public relations. His Public sector research includes themes of Economic sector, Private sector, Economic policy and Performance management. His study connects Commonwealth and Government.
John Halligan focuses on Public administration, Public service, Public policy, Government and Corporate governance. Particularly relevant to Public management is his body of work in Public administration. The Public service study combines topics in areas such as Service delivery framework and Politics.
His Public policy study combines topics in areas such as House of Representatives, Parliament and Public sector. His Public sector study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Economic policy, Performance measurement and Finance. His Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Legislature, Separation of powers and State.
John Halligan mainly investigates Public administration, Public service, Corporate governance, Public management and Civil service. His Public administration research includes a combination of various areas of study, such as Unit, Externalization, Advisory system and Identification. His Public service research incorporates elements of Service delivery framework, Administration and Institutionalisation.
He interconnects Soft power, Public sector, Service and Boundary spanning in the investigation of issues within Corporate governance. His Public management research includes elements of Development economics, Convergence, Diffusion and Executive agency. His Civil service research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Stewardship, Public relations, Politics and Policy transfer.
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Performance Management in the Public Sector
Wouter Van Dooren;Geert Bouckaert;John Halligan.
Managing Performance: International Comparisons
Geert Bouckaert;John Halligan.
Toward Participatory and Transparent Governance: Report on the Sixth Global Forum on Reinventing Government:
Pan Suk Kim;John Halligan;Namshin Cho;Cheol H. Oh.
Public Administration Review (2005)
Political Management in the 1990s
J. Halligan;John Marcus Power.
Reintegrating Government in Third Generation Reforms of Australia and New Zealand
Public Policy and Administration (2007)
New Public Sector Models: Reform in Australia and New Zealand
You win some, you lose some: Experiments with joined-up government
Janine O'Flynn;Fiona Buick;Deborah Blackman;John Angus Halligan.
International Journal of Public Administration (2011)
Assessing 30 years of Westminster policy advisory system experience
Jonathan Craft;John Halligan.
Policy Sciences (2017)
Civil Service Systems in Anglo-American Countries
Political leadership in an age of constraint : bureaucratic politics under Hawke and Keating
Colin Campbell;J. Halligan.
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