In ministerial advisers in australia the modern legal context yee fui ng establishes herself as an exciting new authority on the institutional structure and accountability of the executive branch of government her research bridges the gap between public law and political science and refreshingly she brings doctrinal as well as socio legal . Ty book t1 ministerial advisers in australia t2 the modern legal context au ng yee fui py 2016 y1 2016 n2 from their origins in the shadows of australian public administration ministerial advisers have been increasingly thrust into the limelight through scandals that appear on the front page of the newspapers. Ministerial advisers in australia is the first comprehensive study of the legal and political regulation of australian ministerial advisers this book features material from original interviews with australian ministers and members of parliament as well as several former state premiers. This monograph considers the modern role of the ministerial adviser within the australian commonwealth by reference to commonwealth and state examples this work argues that there are failings at an institutional level in the australian system of public administration which have been exacerbated by the rise of ministerial advisers in the . This is caused by a failure in the political legal and managerial accountability frameworks surrounding ministerial advisersministerial advisers in australia is the first comprehensive study of the legal and political regulation of australian ministerial advisers
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