Shaun Goldfinch
Shaun Goldfinch
Professor, Curtin University, ANZSOG WA Govt Chair in Public Admin and Policy
Verified email at curtin.edu.au
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Pessimism, computer failure, and information systems development in the public sector
S Goldfinch
Public administration review 67 (5), 917-929, 2007
3412007
Do they want it? Do they use it? The ‘Demand-Side’of e-Government in Australia and New Zealand
R Gauld, S Goldfinch, S Horsburgh
Government information quarterly 27 (2), 177-186, 2010
2752010
Two myths of convergence in public management reform
S Goldfinch, J Wallis
Public administration 88 (4), 1099-1115, 2010
2212010
Science from the periphery: Collaboration, networks and'Periphery Effects' in the citation of New Zealand Crown Research Institutes articles, 1995-2000
S Goldfinch, T Dale, K DeRouen
Scientometrics 57 (3), 321-337, 2003
1452003
Science from the periphery: Collaboration, networks and'Periphery Effects' in the citation of New Zealand Crown Research Institutes articles, 1995-2000
S Goldfinch, T Dale, K DeRouen
Scientometrics 57 (3), 321-337, 2003
1452003
Dangerous enthusiasms: e-Government, computer failure and information systems development
R Gauld, S Goldfinch
Univ of Otago Pr, 2006
1412006
The participation divide? political participation, trust in government, and e‐government in Australia and New Zealand
S Goldfinch, R Gauld, P Herbison
Australian Journal of Public Administration 68 (3), 333-350, 2009
1282009
Leadership and institutional reform: Engineering macroeconomic policy change in Australia
S Goldfinch, P Hart
Governance 16 (2), 235-270, 2003
1022003
Leadership and institutional reform: Engineering macroeconomic policy change in Australia
S Goldfinch, P Hart
Governance 16 (2), 235-270, 2003
1022003
Remaking New Zealand and Australian economic policy: ideas, institutions and policy communities
S Goldfinch
Victoria University Press, 2000
952000
Remaking New Zealand's economic policy: institutional elites as radical innovators 1984–1993
S Goldfinch
Governance 11 (2), 177-207, 1998
791998
International handbook of public management reform
S Goldfinch, J Wallis
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2009
652009
Is public trust in government associated with trust in e-government?
S Horsburgh, S Goldfinch, R Gauld
Social Science Computer Review 29 (2), 232-241, 2011
642011
What public servants really think of e-government
JN Baldwin, R Gauld, S Goldfinch
Public Management Review 14 (1), 105-127, 2012
592012
Rituals of reform, policy transfer, and the national university corporation reforms of Japan
S Goldfinch
Governance 19 (4), 585-604, 2006
572006
Remaking the Tasman world
PL Mein Smith, P Hempenstall, S Goldfinch
552008
Remaking the Tasman world
PL Mein Smith, P Hempenstall, S Goldfinch
552008
Flying blind? Evidence for good governance public management reform agendas, implementation and outcomes in low income countries
S Goldfinch, K DeRouen Jr, P Pospieszna
Public Administration and Development 33 (1), 50-61, 2013
482013
Putting the numbers to work: implications for violence prevention
KR DeRouen, S Goldfinch
Journal of Peace Research 42 (1), 27-45, 2005
372005
Investing in excellence? The performance-based research fund and its implications for political science departments in New Zealand
S Goldfinch
Political Science 55 (1), 39-53, 2003
322003
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