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Waite, and Henman, P W (2006). Applying budget standards to assess housing affordability. In: S. Darby, P. Flatau and I. Hafekost, Building for Diversity: National Housing Conference 2005. National Housing Conference 2005, Perth, (195-214). 26-28 October, 2005. 129  
Foster, M., Henman, P., Fleming, J., Tilse, C., Allen, S. and Harrington, R. (2012) ARC Linkage Lifetime Care Research Report: A study of financing and management of lifetime care and support for adults with acquired disability and high care needs in Queensland St Lucia QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland, School of Social Work and Human Services Social Policy Unit 55 2
Henman, Paul (2004) Book review: Inequality in Australia. Journal of Social Policy, 33 2: 321-322. doi:10.1017/S0047279403217712 107   0 0
Henman, Paul and Phan, Nhu Hien Luong (2014) CEQ and the performance regime in Australian Higher Education: A review of the policy context Australia: The University of Queensland 37 9
Henman, Paul, Ackland, Rob and Graham, Tim (2014). Community structure in e-Government hyperlink networks. In: Alexandru Ionas, Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on eGovernment. ECEG 2014: 14th European Conference on eGovernment, Braşov, Romania, (135-143). 12-13 June, 2014. 115 79
Adler, M. and Henman, P. W. (2005) Computerisation and e-government in social security: A comparative international study Washington DC: IBM Centre for the Business of Government 84  
Adler, Michael and Henman, Paul (2005) Computerizing the welfare state: An international comparison of computerization in social security. Information, Communication & Society, 8 3: 315-342. doi:10.1080/13691180500259137 113 2 Cited 7 times in Scopus7 0
Henman, Paul (2002) Computer modeling and the politics of greenhouse gas policy in Australia. Social Science Computer Review, 20 2: 161-173. doi:10.1177/089443930202000206 52   6 3
Henman, P (1997) Computer technology - A political player in social policy processes. Journal of Social Policy, 26 323-340. doi:10.1017/S0047279497005035 76   6 0
Henman, Paul (2011) Conditional citizenship? Electronic networks and the new conditionality in public policy. Policy and Internet, 3 3: . doi:10.2202/1944-2866.1103 62 13 0
Henman, Paul (2002) Deconstructing welfare dependency: The case of Australian welfare reform. Radical Statistics, 79/80 7-17. 260  
Henman, Paul (2004) E-government and the electronic transformation of modes of rule: The Case of partnerships. Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, 2 2: 19-24. 61  
Henman, Paul (2004). E-government and the electronic transformation of modes of rule: The case of partnerships. In: J. V. Carrasquero, F. Welsc, C. Urrea and C. D. Tso, Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics. Selected proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Politics and Information Systems. 2nd International Conference on Politics and Information Systems, Orlando, Florida, (19-24). July 21 - 25, 2004. 67   0
Henman, Paul and Dean, Mitchell (2010). E-government and the production of standardized individuality. In Vaughan Higgins and Wendy Larner (Ed.), Calculating the social: Standards and the reconfiguration of governing (pp. 77-93) Basingstoke, U.K.: Palgrave Macmillan. 141 11
Henman, P. W. (2005). e-Government, public policy and the growth of conditionality. In: D. Remenyi, 5th European Conference on e-Government. 5th European Conference on e-Government, Antwerp, Belgium, (223-229). 16-17 June, 2005. 53  
Henman, P. W. (2005) E-Government, targeting and data profiling: Policy and ethical issues of differential treatment. Journal of E-Government, 2 1: 79-98. doi:10.1300/J399v02n01_05 328   Cited 4 times in Scopus4 0
Henman, Paul and Dean, Mitchell (2002) E-government: Transformations in modes of rule?. Innovation: Management, Policy and Practice, 4 1-3: 5-11. doi:10.5172/impp.2001.4.1-3.5 58   0
Gaby, Sharon and Henman, Paul (2004). E-health: Transforming doctor-patient relationships with a dose of technology. In: W. Roberts and P. Chen, Refereed Conference proceedings of the Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004. The Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004, Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, Victoria, (1-25). 14-15 April 2004. 343  
Henman, Paul (2008) Equivalent salaries in five Australian capital cities. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 43 4: 615-630. 134   0 Cited 1 times in Scopus1
Henman, P and Mitchell, K (2001) Estimating the cost of contact for non-resident parents: A budget standards approach. Journal of Social Policy, 30 495-520. 93   3
Henman, Paul and Jones, Andrew (2012) Exploring the use of residual measures of housing affordability in Australia: Methodologies and concepts. AHURI Final Report, i-35. 140 7
Henman, Paul, Foster, Michele, Fleming, Jennifer, Tilse, Cheryl, Harrington, Ros and Thornton, Stephen (2010) Financing and delivery of services for adults with acquired disability and high care needs in Queensland: Results from an on-line survey Brisbane Australia: The University of Queensland, School of Social Work and Human Services 39 3
Henman, Paul Governing electronically: E-government and the reconfiguration of public administration, policy, and power. Basingstoke, U.K. ; New York, U.S.: Palgrave Macmillan, 2010. 633 9
Henman, P. W. (2007). Governing individuality. In Howard, C. (Ed.), Contested Individualization: Debates About Contemporary Personhood (pp. 171-185) New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 102  
Dean, M and Henman, P (2004) Governing society today: Editors' introduction. Alternatives : Global, Local, Political, 29 5: 483-494. 89   12
Henman, Paul (2013) Governmentalities of Gov 2.0. Information, Communication and Society, 16 9: 1397-1418. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2012.706314 102   1 Cited 1 times in Scopus1 3
Henman, Paul (2013). Government and the internet: evolving technologies, enduring research themes. In William H. Dutton (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Internet Studies (pp. 283-306) Oxford, United Kingdom: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199589074.013.0014 80   0
Henman, Paul and Adler, Michael (2003) Information technology and the governance of social security. Critical Social Policy, 23 2: 139-164. doi:10.1177/0261018303023002002 56 1 12 Cited 22 times in Scopus22 0
Fenger, M. and Henman, P. W. (2006). Introduction: Administering welfare reform. In P. Henman and M. Fenger (Ed.), Administering Welfare Reform: International Transformations in Welfare Governance (pp. 1-17) Bristol, United Kingdom: Policy Press. 62  
Adler, Michael and Henman, Paul (2008). Justice beyond the courts: The implications of computerisation for administrative justice in social security. In Agusti Cerrillo and Pere Fabra (Ed.), E-justice: Using Information Communication in the Court System (pp. 65-86) Hershey, PA, USA: IGI Global. 77 2
Henman, Paul (2012) Making social policy "sexy": Evaluating a teaching innovation. Australian Social Work, 65 3: 341-354. doi:10.1080/0312407X.2011.652139 108 2 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 0
Henman, Paul and Foster, Michele (2011) Models of governance in long-term disability care and support: A framework for assessing and reforming social policy St Lucia QLD, Australia: The University of Queensland, School of Social Work and Human Services Social, Policy Unit 44 4
Henman, Paul W. (2002) Myths of welfare reform. Australian Journal of Social Issues, 37 1: 71-84. 70   5
Henman, Paul, Ackland, Rob and Graham, Tim (2014) Networks of communities and communities of networks in online government. Electronic Journal of e-Government, 12 2: 117-131. 16  
Karimshah, Ameera, Wyder, Marianne, Henman, Paul, Tay, Dwight, Capelin, Elizabeth and Short, Patricia (2013) Overcoming adversity among low SES students: a study of strategies for retention. Australian Universities' Review, 55 2: 5-14. 87 1
Henman, Paul and Fenger, Menno (2006). Reforming welfare governance: Reflections. In Paul Henman and Menno Fenger (Ed.), Administering Welfare Reform: International Transformations in Welfare Governance (pp. 257-278) Bristol, United Kingdom: Policy Press. 82  
Henman, Paul (2006). Segmentation and conditionality: Technological reconfigurations in social policy. In G. Marston and C. McDonald (Ed.), Analysing Social Policy: A Governmental Approach (pp. 205-222) Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar. 73 3
Henman, Paul (2010). Social policy and information communication technologies. In Jennifer Martin and Linette Hawkins (Ed.), Information communication technologies for human services education and delivery: Concepts and cases (pp. 215-229) Hershey, PA, U.S.A.: Information Science Reference. 140 2
Henman, Paul, Ackland, Rob, Graham, Tim and Chen, Lin (2013). Social policy on the Web: the institutional structure of social policy domains in Australia and the UK. In: Social Policy Association Annual Conference 2013, Sheffield, UK, (). 8-10 July, 2013. 42  
Henman, Paul, Ackland, Rob and Graham, Tim (2014). Social policy on the Web: the online institutional structure of social policy domains in the UK. In: Alexandru Ionas, Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on eGovernment. ECEG 2014: 14th European Conference on eGovernment, Braşov, Romania, (126-134). 12-13 June, 2014. 99 140
Nielsen, Mandy, Foster, Michele, Henman, Paul and Strong, Jenny (2012) 'Talk to us like we're people, not an X-ray': the experience of receiving care for chronic pain. Australian Journal of Primary Health, 19 2: 138-143. doi:10.1071/PY11154 108 4 0 Cited 0 times in Scopus0 3
Henman, Paul (2004) Targeted! Population segmentation, electronic surveillance and governing the unemployed in Australia. International Sociology, 19 2: 173-191. doi:10.1177/0268580904042899 141 5 12 Cited 26 times in Scopus26 0
Henman, P. W. (1999) The bane and benefits of computers in Australia's Department of Social Security. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 19 1/2: 101-109. 37  
Henman, Paul (2008). The constitution and governance of time through e-government. In: The 4th international conference on e-government, proceedings. The 4th international conference on e-government, RMIT University, Melbourne, Australia, (187-194). 23-24 October 2008. 68   0
Henman, Paul (2009). The contribution of e-government to the "new conditionality" in social policy. In: Dan Remenyi, Proceedings of the 9th European Conference on e-Government. 9th European Conference on e-Government, London, England, (345-351). 29-30 June, 2009. 85   Cited 0 times in Scopus0
Smyth, Bruce and Henman, Paul (2010) The distributional and financial impacts of the new Australian Child Support Scheme: A 'before and day-after reform' comparison of assessed liability. Journal of Family Studies, 16 1: 5-32. doi:10.5172/jfs.16.1.5 54   8 Cited 8 times in Scopus8 0
Waite, Greg, Henman, Paul, Banks, Chris and Curtis, Chris (2010). The dynamics of financial hardship and housing need: A longitudinal analysis using budget standards. In: B. Randolph, T. Burke, K. Hulse and V. Milligan, Refereed papers presented at the 4th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference. 4th Australasian Housing Researchers Conference (AHRC 2009), Sydney, Australia, (1-12). 5 - 7 August 2009. 66 174
Henman, Paul and Dean, Mitchell (2004). The governmental powers of welfare e-administration. In: W. Roberts and P. Chen, Refereed Conference proceedings of Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004. Australian Electronic Governance Conference 2004, Centre for Public Policy, University of Melbourne, Victoria, (). 14-15 April 2004. 180  
Foster, Michele, Henman, Paul, Fleming, Jennifer, Tilse, Cheryl and Harrington, Rosamund (2012) The politics of entitlement and personalisation: Perspectives on a proposed National Disability Long-Term Care and Support Scheme in Australia. Social Policy and Society, 11 3: 331-342. doi:10.1017/S147474641200005X 91   0
Henman, Paul (2002). The poverty of welfare reform discourse. In: T. Eardley and B. Bradbury, Refereed Proceedings of the National Social Policy Conference 2001. National Social Policy Conference 2001, University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia, (180-191). 4-6 July 2001. 45  

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