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Article 10 / 12 , Vol 40 No 2 (Summer)

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A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (March 2017- May 2017)

Alford, Ryan Patrick. “Two cheers for a Cabinet Manual (and a note of caution).” Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law / Revue de droit parlementaire et politique 11 (1): 41-60, March / mars 2017.

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A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (August 2016 – October 2016)Bagnall, David. “Reviewing the Standing Orders: How to make dreams come true.” Australasian Parliamentary Review, 31 (1): 8-25, Autumn/Winter 2016.

The purpose of this paper is to challenge all people who dream of modernising Parliament to engage with the process through which this can happen, and to provide the impetus for change.

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Article 9 / 11 , Vol 39 No. 3 (Autumn)

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Atkinson, Michael, Rogers, Dustin, and Olfert, Sara. “Better politicians: If we pay, will they come?” Legislative Studies Quarterly, 41 (2): 361-91, May 2016.

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Alford, Patrick Ryan. “War with ISIL: Should Parliament decide?” Review of Constitutional Studies – Revue d’études constitutionnelles, 20 (1): 118-44, (2015).

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Article 9 / 12 , Vol 39 No.1 (Spring)

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Blick, Andrew. “Constitutional implications of the [UK] Fixed-term Parliaments Act 2011.” Parliamentary Affairs 69 (1): 19-35 (January, 2016).

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Article 10 / 13 , Vol 38 No.4 (Winter)

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A selection of recent publications relating to parliamentary studies prepared with the assistance of the Library of Parliament (September 2015 – November 2015)

Andreychuk, Anita Raynel. “Codes of conduct: Developing an ethics and conflict of interest code.” Parliamentarian, (Issue 2, 2015): 112-15.

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Agarwal, Ranjan. “Where there is no remedy, there is no right: using Charter damages to compensate victims of racial profiling.” National Journal of Constitutional Law, Vol. 34, No. 1, (April 2015), 75-98.