Balancing stability and change: Lessons on policy responsiveness and turbulence in the disability sector
The health and well-being impacts of a work integration social enterprise from a systems perspective
Joyce, A., Elmes A., Campbell, Moussa, B. Suchowersk, R., Barraket, J., Carey., G. Health Promotion International. doi: 10.1093/heapro/daab052
Exploring governance tensions of disruptive technologies: the case of care robots in Australia and New Zealand
Telehealth, COVID-19 and Refugees and Migrants in Australia: Policy and Related Barriers and Opportunities for More Inclusive Health and Technology Systems
Should we change the way we think about market performance when it comes to quasi-markets? A new framework for evaluating public service markets
Dickinson, H., Carey, G., Malbon, E., Gilchrist, D., Duff, G., Chand, S., Kavanagh, A., Alexander, D. (2021) Public Administration Review.
Barriers to policy action on social determinants of health for people with disability in Australia
Why is lived experience important for market stewardship? A proposed framework for why and how lived experience should be included in stewarding disability markets
Improving health care for disabled people in COVID-19 and beyond: Lessons from Australia and England. Disability and Health
Kavanagh, A., Dickinson, H., Carey, G., Llewellyn, G., Emerson, E., Disney, George., Hatton, C. (2020). https://doi.org/10.1016/j.dhjo.2020.101050
Investigating the production and
communication of evidence by the Productivity Commission: Apolitical, political, or somewhere
Personalisation and pandemic: an unforeseen collision course?
Market stewardship of quasi-markets by street level bureaucrats: The role of local area coordinators in the Australian personalisation system
Burdensome Administration and Its Risks: Competing Logics in Policy Implementation
Front the frontlines: Public health and a suffocating city
Quasi-market shaping, stewarding and steering in personalization: the need for practice-orientated empirical evidence
Personalisation schemes in social care and inequality: review of the evidence and early theorising
Managing staged policy implementation:
Balancing short-term needs and long-term goals
Personalisation schemes in social care: are they growing social and health
Making personalisation markets work: the issue of pricing.
Social enterprises in quasi-markets: exploring the critical knowledge gaps
Do multilingual androids dream of a better life in Australia? Effectiveness of information technology for government translation to support refugees and migrants in Australia
Measuring dynamic collaborations: Collaborative health assessment tool
The implementation of complex social policy: Institutional layering and unintended consequences in the National Disability Insurance Scheme
Accountability within new public governance and the case of the Australian National Disability Scheme
Adapting to a marketised system: Network analysis of a personalisation scheme in early implementation.
Malbon, E., Alexander, D., Carey, G. Green, C., Reeders, D., Dickinson, H & Kavanagh, A.(Online first) Health and Social Care in the Community
Value choices in a mixed economy of care; How politics shapes the implementation of complex social policies.
Strange magic: what can the emergence of 'magic concepts' tell us about policy implementation
Institutional legacies and ‘sticky layers’: what happens in cases of transformative change?
Time to dismiss the idea of a structural fix within government? An analysis of intersectoral action for health in Danish municipalities
The Personalisation Agenda: The case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
Structural changes to the public sector and cultural incompatibility: the consequences of political decisions and inadequate change management.
Feminism, Gender, and Power Relations in Policy – Starting a New Conversation
Implications of work time flexibility for health
Working the spaces in between: lessons from a boundary-spanning model to help facilitate cross-sectoral policy work Australian
How might inequalities in the social determinants of health be redressed or entrenched during policy implementation? Examining the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
Methods for delivering complex social services: exploring adaptive management and regulation in the context of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
The Unintended Consequences of Structural Change: When Formal and Informal Institutions Collide in Efforts to Address Wicked Problems
A longitudinal study of the implementation experiences of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme: investigating transformative policy change
The vexed question of market stewardship in the public sector: examining equity and the social contract through the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Accountability in public service quasi-markets: The case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme
Generating political priority for regulatory interventions targeting obesity prevention: an Australian case study
What can feminist theory offer policy implementation challenges?
Investigating the institutional norms and values of the Productivity Commission: The 2012 and 2015 childcare inquiries
Managing social and health care integration during the implementation of large-scale reforms: the case of the Australian National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Preventing dysfunction and improving policy advice: the role of intra-departmental boundary spanners
Policy Change for the Social Determinants of Health: The Strange Irrelevance of Social Epidemiology.
What is policy and where do we look for it when we want to research it?
Re-conceptualising Public Health Interventions in Government
The ‘Practice Entrepreneur’ – An Australian case study of a systems approach to health promotion
What do we mean by structure when we talk about structural influences on the social determinants of health and health outcomes?
Systems science, systems thinking and complexity theory for public health: a systematic review of the field
Carey, G., Malbon, E., Carey, N, Joyce, A., Crammond, B & Carey, A. (2016). BMJ Open 2015;5:e009002 doi:10.1136/bmjopen-2015-009002
What Explains Trends in Australian Working-Time Arrangements in the 2000s?
Evaluating for impact – What type of data can assist a Health Promoting School approach?
Can the sociology of social problems help us to understand and manage lifestyle drift?
The many types of universalism and policy targeting
Gender in public administration: looking back and moving forward
Understanding the role of public administration in implementing action on the social determinants of health and health inequities
Developing management practices to support joined-up governance
Adaptive Policymaking for Health Equity
Towards health equity: a framework for the practical application of proportionate universalism
Systems change for the social determinants of health
The powerful pull of policy targeting: examining residualisation in Australia
What works in joined-up government? An evidence synthesis
Implementing Joined-up Government: Lessons from the Australian Social Inclusion Agenda
Action on the social determinants of health: Views from inside the policy process.
Help or hindrance? The social services sector and the ‘social determinants of health’
Creating change in government to address the social determinants of health: how can efforts be improved?
Top-down approaches to joined-up government: examining the unintended consequences of weak implementation
Contemporary contestations over working time: time for health to weigh in
Inequities in the freedom to lead a flourishing and healthy life: time for a progressive social protections framework
Partnering with not-for-profit organisations in Australia: critical issues for health promotion
Fair and just or just fair? Examining models of government–not-for-profit engagement under the Australian Social Inclusion Agenda
The Australian Government’s ‘Social Inclusion Agenda’: the intersection between public health and social policy
Investigating the health implications of social policy initiatives at the local level: study design and methods
Exploring the effects of government funding on community-based organisations: ‘Top-down’ or ‘bottom-up’ approaches to health promotion?
Spaces of care in the third sector: Understanding the effects of professionalisation
Jack-of-all-trades, master of none: Postgraduate perspectives on interdisciplinary health research in Australia