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Robust Political Economy: Clarifications and Applications
(University of Canterbury. Social and Political Sciences, 2010)
This thesis clarifies, develops, and applies Brennan and Buchanan's concept of robust political economy.
Better, Stronger, Faster Explaining the Variance Between Professional and Amateur Anti-Doping Policies
(University of Canterbury. Political Science and Communication, 2007)
The world of sport has recently been inundated by stories of doping. These reports are not limited to a select few individuals or sports, but seemingly are spread across sports. At first, it was mostly members of the sports ...
The Canterbury Malaysian Students' Association
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 1972)
In 1962, there were 590 overseas students from 37 countries studying in New Zealand. 100 of these were from Malaya and Singapore. They have become a familiar sight in universities, special training schools and the various ...
Trade unions, the Labour Party and the death of working-class politics in New Zealand
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 1976)
This thesis seeks to contribute to a literature which as yet barely exists in political science. It is a study of the transformation of a working-class political party, more specifically of the declining involvement in the ...
From dreams to reality : a case study of a women's enterprise agency.
(University of Canterbury. Department of Political Science, 1996)
This study documents the strategies of a feminist organisation directed at enhancing women's access to flexible well paid work in occupations in which women have been under- represented. Founded on the initiative of women ...
The United Nations Security Council and the challenge of political neutrality.
(University of Canterbury, 2016)
2015 marks the 70th anniversary of the United Nations (UN), an institution that was established to operate as an apolitical, administrative body that would, above all other obligations, maintain international peace and ...
Civil military relations in Indonesia : the evolution and dissolution of concordance.
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2014)
Theoretical work on civil military relations has traditionally emphasised the separation of the military from the civilian spheres as the best means of insulating against military intervention. Rebecca Schiff's concordance ...
Alignment and regional community in Southeast Asia: ASEAN diplomacy from 1967-1999
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2000)
This study examines the alignment behaviour of ASEAN towards external parties between 1967 and 1999 with the goal of establishing which factors have been most important for determining patterns of cooperation and conflict ...
Pacific Islands Forum: Facilitating Regional Security Cooperation
(University of Canterbury. Political Science and Communication, 2006)
Oceania is an example of a region where traditional security theory based on historical enmity and competition does not fit. A history of amity and cooperation has evolved through regionalism and the region's pre-eminent ...
Consequences of Ethnic Conflict: Explaining Refugee Movements in the Southeast Asia/Pacific Region
(University of Canterbury. Political Science, 2006)
Ethnic conflict is the most common type of internal armed conflict in the world. It often involves systematic attacks on civilian populations and is therefore also the major source of most of the world's 9.2 million ...