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Corporate Public Affairs Newsletter

The Centre's newsletter ‘Corporate Public Affairs’ is distributed to members (by mail). It brings together the latest thinking in public affairs practice and includes articles from members and local and international academics. It also distributes research in the field.

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The Australian community's perception of business: insights from a recent studyN


(Vol.14 No.3 & 4 2004)

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Indigenous, Business and Community PartnershipsN


(Vol.13 No.3 & 4 2003)

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Public Affairs Integrates Further into Business Strategy - and networks skills and structure into key line areasN


(Vol.13 No.3 & 4 2003)

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Strategic Reputation Risk ManagementN


(Vol.13 No.3 & 4 2003)

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US CEOs concerned about threats to their corporate reputationN


(Vol.13 No.3 & 4 2003)

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2003 Corporate Public Affairs InstituteN


(Vol.13 No.2 2003)

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21st Century NGO: Playing the Game or Selling Out?N


(Vol.13 No.2 2003)

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A Guide to Corporate TransparencyN


(Vol.13 No.2 2003)

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Guarding the 'purest treasure'N


(Vol.13 No.2 2003)

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Political Tactics and Public AffairsN


Allen, Geoff(Vol.13 No.2 2003)

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The State of Corporate Citizenship in the U.S.N


(Vol.13 No.2 2003)

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2003 Politics and Public Policy ReviewN


Allen, Geoff(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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After The Age/Sydney Morning Herald good reputation indexN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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Book Review: Trust Us, We're Experts: How Industry Manipulates Science and Gambles With Your FutureN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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Community Involvement - A Third WaveN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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Corporate social responsibility or civil society regulation?N


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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Greenpeace: a view on business-government relationsN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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Helping directors perform in the spotlightN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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The future of sustainability assuranceN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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The grinding of tectonic plates: the changing landscape of business-NGO relationshipsN


(Vol.13 No.1 2003)

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