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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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Challenges and tips relating to public affairs measurement and reportingN


Practitioners(Vol.17 No. 3)

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Corporate Public AffairsN


(Vol. 17 No. 3)

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List of Lists : A Compilation of International Corporate Reputation Rankings N


Charles J. Fombrun(Vol. 17 No.3)

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The big issue : arena shopping for successN


Wayne Burns(Vol. 17 No. 3)

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Corporate Public AffairsN


(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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A new focus for corporate community investment - skill-based volunteeringN


Anne Irvine(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Book Review: Against the grain: the AWB scandal and why it happened by Stephen BartosN


David Jones(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Committing to stakeholder engagement : 10 tips for getting internal buy-in for you external relations programN


Chris Roberts(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Communicating responsible businessN


David Grayson(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Corporate community investment in AustraliaN


Geoff Allen(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Important attributes to have as a public affairs practitionerN


Practitioners (Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Trends in responsible business internationallyN


David Grayson(Vol. 17 No. 2)

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Corporate Public AffairsN


(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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Corporate public affairs and organisational change: towards a new positive modelN


Michael Lord(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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Ethical guidelines for the public affairs professionalN


Ray Hoewing(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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International trends: what's local is global, what's global is localN


Michael Lord(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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Lobbying regulation - do we want it?N


Geoff Allen(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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Managing corporate affairs in a multi-site businessN


Stedman Ellis(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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Reviewing HarvardN


Geoff Allen(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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The chains that bind usN


Wayne Burns(Vol. 17 No. 1)

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Our research, professional development programs, events and international thought leadership opens doors to help organisations and practitioners build and apply corporate public affairs as a core management tool and function.

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