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Books

 

Book Chapters

Carey, G., Jacobs, K., Malbon, E., Buick, F & Williams, P. Boundary spanners: towards a theory of practice. Craven, L. Dickinson, H. & Carey, G. (eds). (2018).  Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy: Progressing the Fundamental Questions. Routledge: UK.

Carey, G., Craven, L. & Dickinson. The future of boundary spanning research and practice. Craven, L. Dickinson, H. & Carey, G. (eds). (2018).  Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy: Progressing the Fundamental Questions. Routledge: UK.

Craven, L., Carey, G & Dickinson, H. The methodological challenge. Craven, L. Dickinson, H. & Carey, G. (eds). (2018).  Crossing Boundaries in Public Management and Policy: Progressing the Fundamental Questions. Routledge: UK.

Carey, G. (2015).  Building better relationships across government, research and the community sectors to serve the public interest. Who speaks for and protects the public interest in Australia. Australia 21, Canberra.

Carey, G. & Crammond, B. (2015). Creating Joined-up Government: challenging intuitive logic. In Carey, G., Landgovt, K. & Barraket, J. (eds) Creating and implementing public policy: Cross-sectoral debates. Routledge: London.

Green, C. Joyce., A., Hallett J. & Carey, G. (2015). The greenhouse gas emissions of various dietary practices and intervention possibilities to reduce this impact. In T. Raphaely & D Marinoca (eds) Impacts of Meat Consumption on Health and Environmental Sustainability. IGI Global, Hershey, PA

Landgovt, K. Carey, G. & Barraket, J. . (2015). Emerging themes and important lessons for progressing cross-sectoral policy design and implementation: a discussion In Carey, G., Landgovt, K. & Barraket, J. (eds) Creating and implementing public policy: Cross-sectoral debates. Routledge: London.