Everingham, J
Everingham, J
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Regionalism, multilateralism, and deeper integration
RZ Lawrence
Brookings Institution Press, 2000
8982000
What makes a community age‐friendly: A review of international literature
CW Lui, JA Everingham, J Warburton, M Cuthill, H Bartlett
Australasian journal on ageing 28 (3), 116-121, 2009
4752009
Governing the impacts of mining and the impacts of mining governance: Challenges for rural and regional local governments in Australia
L Cheshire, JA Everingham, G Lawrence
Journal of Rural Studies 36, 330-339, 2014
632014
Regionalism
G Lawrence, J Everingham
Oxford University Press, 2007
612007
Examining corporate-sector involvement in the governance of selected mining-intensive regions in Australia
L Cheshire, JA Everingham, C Pattenden
Australian Geographer 42 (2), 123-138, 2011
572011
Information provision for an age-friendly community
JA Everingham, A Petriwskyj, J Warburton, M Cuthill, H Bartlett
Ageing International 34 (1), 79-98, 2009
572009
Prioritising indicators of cumulative socio-economic impacts to characterise rapid development of onshore gas resources
V Uhlmann, W Rifkin, JA Everingham, B Head, K May
The Extractive Industries and Society 1 (2), 189-199, 2014
452014
Cultivating collaboration: Lessons from initiatives to understand and manage cumulative impacts in Australian resource regions
M Porter, DM Franks, JA Everingham
Resources Policy 38 (4), 657-669, 2013
442013
Regional renaissance? New forms of governance in nonmetropolitan Australia
JA Everingham, L Cheshire, G Lawrence
Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 24 (1), 139-155, 2006
442006
Achieving effective collaborations to help communities age well
J Warburton, JA Everingham, M Cuthill, H Bartlett
Australian Journal of Public Administration 67 (4), 470-482, 2008
392008
Towards social sustainability of mining: The contribution of new directions in impact assessment and local governance
JA Everingham
Greener Management International, 91-103, 2012
292012
Seniors’ motivations for participation in local governance: Evidence from an Australian study
AM Petriwskyj, J Warburton, J Everingham, M Cuthill
Local Government Studies 40 (2), 240-263, 2014
262014
Factors linked to the well-being of fly-in fly-out (FIFO) workers
M Barclay, J Harris, J Everingham, P Kirsch, S Arend, S Shi, J Kim
Brisbane, QLD: University of Queensland, 2013
262013
Impact of inadequate experience and skill on the construction sector in KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa
B Ntuli, D Allopi
Engineering, Technology & Applied Science Research 4 (1), 570-575, 2014
252014
A collaborative approach to address the cumulative impacts of mine-water discharge: Negotiating a cross-sectoral waterway partnership in the Bowen Basin, Australia
R Eberhard, N Johnston, JA Everingham
Resources Policy 38 (4), 678-687, 2013
252013
Collaborative governance of ageing: Challenges for local government in partnering with the seniors' sector
JA Everingham, J Warburton, M Cuthill, H Bartlett
Local Government Studies 38 (2), 161-181, 2012
242012
Diversity and inclusion in local governance: An Australian study of seniors' participation
A Petriwskyj, J Warburton, JA Everingham, M Cuthill
Journal of Aging Studies 26 (2), 182-191, 2012
242012
Developing social impact assessment guidelines in a pre-existing policy context
R Parsons, JA Everingham, D Kemp
Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 37 (2), 114-123, 2019
232019
Australia's regions: congested governance or institutional void?
JA Everingham
Public Policy and Administration 24 (1), 84-102, 2009
232009
“The beast doesn't stop”: the resource boom and changes in the social space of the Darling Downs
JA Everingham, V Devenin, N Collins
Rural Society 24 (1), 42-64, 2015
212015
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