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Evolution in Community Governance: Building on What Works

  • Year: 2012
  • Author: McKinlay P.; Pillora, S.; Tan, S.F.; Von Tunzelmann, A.
  • Publisher: Australian Centre of Excellence for Local Government
  • Published Location: Sydney, NSW
  • Country: Australia

This report provides an overview of emerging trends in community governance through reviewing local and international literature as well as interviews with Australian local government leaders and Bendigo Bank representatives. The paper explores the implications of the research findings for new approaches to local decision making and directions for further research.

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