Restorative Justice and Responsive Governance: Fresh Challenges, New Theory and Global Networks

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    I will analyse governance strategies from diverse contexts in search of general keys to effectiveness and justice. What works in peacebuilding? What works in preventing crime? What backfires? What are the priorities in improving quality and innovation in health? Restorative and responsive theory will be tested on unique data sets on peacebuilding, social and economic development, health, biotech innovation, competition and tax policy. The theory will be revised or rejected in application to these contexts. I will co-author research bridging these disparate domains. I will lead the building of bridging intellectual and policy communities by catalysing international collaborations that will take RegNet into a new global networking phase.
    Effective start/end date28/03/0726/03/12


    • Australian Research Council (ARC): A$1,581,110.00


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