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Smyth, Paul, Reddel, Tim and Jones, Andrew (2005). Associational governance in Queensland. In Paul Smyth, Tim Reddel and Andrew Jones (Ed.), Community and local governance in Australia (pp. 37-56) Sydney, Australia: University of New South Wales Press. 92 4
Reddel, T (2002) Beyond participation, hierarchies, management and markets: 'New' governance and place policies. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 61 1: 50-63. doi:10.1111/1467-8500.00258 49   22 Cited 34 times in Scopus34 0
Reddel, T. and Woolcock, G.W.E. (2004) From Consultation to Participatory Governance? A Critical Review of Citizen Engagement Strategies in Queensland. Australian Journal of Public Administration, 63 3: 73-87. doi:10.1111/j.1467-8500.2004.00392.x 129   26 Cited 35 times in Scopus35 0
Smyth, P. G., Reddel, T. and Jones, A. E. (2005). Introduction. In P. Smyth, T. Reddel and A. Jones (Ed.), Community and Local Governance in Australia (pp. 1-12) Sydney: University of New South Wales Press. 36  
Reddel, Tim (2002). 'Joining up' and network governance: Some lessons and dilemmas from Queensland. In: Mark Considine, Knowledge, networks and joined-up government: Conference proceedings from the International Political Science Association Committee, Structure and Organisation of Government Research. Knowledge, Networks and Joined-Up Government, Melbourne, Australia, (301-316). 3-5 June 2002. 105  
Jones, A. E., Reddel, T. and Smyth, P. G. (2001). Local governance and social inclusion: Towards an effective place policy framework.. In: T. Reddel, Local Governance and Social Inclusion: Places and Politics. Local Governance and Social Inclusion: Places and Politics, St Lucia, (57-83). 26 July, 2001. 146  
Reddel, T. (2005). Local social governance and citizen engagement. In P. Smyth, T. Reddel and A. Jones (Ed.), Community and Local Governance in Australia (pp. 187-204) Sydney: University of New South Wales. 93  
Smyth, Paul, Reddel, Tim and Jones, Andrew (2004) Social inclusion, new regionalism and associational governance: The Queensland experience. International Journal of Urban And Regional Research, 28 3: 601-615. doi:10.1111/j.0309-1317.2004.00538.x 165 3 6 Cited 11 times in Scopus11 0
Reddel, Timothy James. (2003). Toward participatory governance?: an exploration of the role of citizen participation in policy development and governance in Queensland PhD Thesis, School of Social Work and Applied Human Sciences, The University of Queensland. 358 24