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Pini, Barbara & McDonald, Paula K. (Eds.) (2011) Women and representation in local government : international case studies. Routledge research in comparative politics. Routledge , Milton Park.
Mozaffari Falarti, Maziar (2012) Malay kingship in Kedah : Religion, trade, and society. AsiaWorld. Rowman & Littlefield (Lexington), New York USA. (In Press)
Pini, Barbara & McDonald, Paula K. (2011) Gender and municipal politics : problems, perspectives and possibilities. In Pini, Barbara & McDonald, Paula K. (Eds.) Representing Women in Local Government : An International Comparative Study. Routledge, pp. 1-15.
Pyke, John R. (2001) Globalisation - The Bane of Popular Sovereignty? In Sampford, Charles J. & Round, Tom (Eds.) Beyond the republic: meeting the global challenges to constitutionalism. Federation Press, Leichhardt, N.S.W., pp. 205-214.
Bean, Clive S. (1997) Australia's experience with the alternative vote. Representation: Journal of Representative Democracy, 34(2), pp. 103-110.
Bean, Clive S. (2002) Political Personalities and Voting in the 1999 Australian Constitutional Referendum. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 14(4), pp. 459-468.
Dollery, Brian E. & Worthington, Andrew C. (1996) The Evaluation of Public Policy: Normative Economic Theories of Government Failure. Journal of Interdisciplinary Economics, 7(1), pp. 27-39.
Bean, Clive S. (2008) How well does the political system represent the public interest? A comparison of voter perceptions in Australia and New Zealand. In Australian Political Studies Association Conference, 6-9 July, Brisbane.
Bean, Clive S. (2005) An age-old question: Are relationships between age and political attitudes a consequence of life cycle or cohort-replacement effects? In Social Change in the 21st Century, 28 October 2005, QUT Carseldine, Brisbane.