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Smyth, P. G. and Wearing, M. (2002). After the welfare state: Welfare governance and the communitarian revival. In B Gillespe (Ed.), Economic Governance & Institutional Dynamics (pp. 226-243) Australia: Oxford University Press. 180  
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. 95 4
Smyth, P. G. (2002) British and European influences on 'the Australian way'. Social Policy and Administration, 36 4: 427-441. 336  
Smyth, P (2002) British and European influences on the "Australian Way" from the 1980s. Social Policy & Administration, 36 4: 426-442. doi:10.1111/1467-9515.t01-1-00263 111   3 Cited 4 times in Scopus4 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. 40  
O'Connor, D. I., Smyth, P. G. and Warburton, J. R. (2000). Introduction: The challenge of change. In Ian O'Connor, Paul Smyth and Jeni Warburton (Ed.), Contemporary perspectives on social work and the human services: Challenges and change (pp. 1-10) Malaysia: Longman. 44  
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. 148  
Smyth, P. G. (2000) Place management: A new way forward in redressing social exclusion in Queensland. National Housing Action, 14 2: 9-14. 126  
Smyth, Paul (2003) Reclaiming Community? From Welfare Society to Welfare State in Australian Catholic Social Thought. Australian Journal of Politics & History, 49 1: 17-30. doi:10.1111/1467-8497.00278 96   1 Cited 3 times in Scopus3 0
Smyth, P. G. (2000). Resisting the global, remaking the social?: Framing ethical partnerships in contracted human services. In: S. Kenny and R. van Krieken et al., Civilising the State: Civil Society, Policy and State Transformation. Civilising the state : civil society, policy and state transformation, Deakin University Melbourne Campus, Melbourne, (1-17). 5-6 December 1999. 33  
Smyth, P. G. (2000). Rethinking the 'old certainties': social policy, the labour movement and the Whitlam years. In Cath Godfrey (Ed.), Contemporary perspectives on social work and the human services (pp. 45-59) Malaysia: Pearson Education Australia. 79  
Smyth, P. G. (2000). Similarities and differences in the concept of social policy: Australia and Singapore 1955-1975. In: Peter Saunders, Reports & Proceedings and Research Resource Series. Social security and social development in East and Southeast Asia, University of New South Wales, (57-75). 2-3 September 1999. 76  
Jones, A. E. and Smyth, P. G. (1999) Social exclusion: A new framework for social policy analysis?. Just Policy, 17 11-21. 698  
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 169 3 7 Cited 12 times in Scopus12 0