Paul Henman
TitleCited byYear
Governing electronically: E-government and the reconfiguration of public administration, policy and power
P Henman
Springer, 2010
1342010
Targeted! Population segmentation, electronic surveillance and governing the unemployed in Australia
P Henman
International Sociology 19 (2), 173-191, 2004
902004
The social division of welfare surveillance
P Henman, G Marston
Journal of Social Policy 37 (2), 187-205, 2008
702008
Information technology and the governance of social security
P Henman, M Adler
Critical Social Policy 23 (2), 139-164, 2003
702003
Overcoming adversity among low SES students: A study of strategies for retention
A Karimshah, M Wyder, P Henman, D Tay, E Capelin, P Short
Australian Universities' Review, The 55 (2), 5, 2013
462013
Costs of children: research commissioned by the Ministerial Taskforce on Child Support
P Henman, R Percival, A Harding, M GRAy
FaHCSIA Occasional Paper, 2007
45*2007
Administering welfare reform: international transformations in welfare governance
P Henman, M Fenger
Policy Press, 2006
442006
Governing society today: Editors' introduction
M Dean, P Henman
Alternatives 29 (5), 483-494, 2004
372004
The distributional and financial impacts of the new Australian Child Support Scheme: A ‘before and day-after reform’comparison of assessed liability
B Smyth, P Henman
Journal of Family Studies 16 (1), 5-32, 2010
332010
Estimating the cost of contact for non-resident parents: a budget standards approach
P Henman, K Mitchell
Journal of Social policy 30 (3), 495-520, 2001
332001
Information technology and transformations in social security policy and administration: A review
P Henman, M Adler
International Social Security Review 54 (4), 23-47, 2001
262001
Governmentalities of gov 2.0
P Henman
Information, Communication & Society 16 (9), 1397-1418, 2013
242013
Computer modeling and the politics of greenhouse gas policy in Australia
P Henman
Social science computer review 20 (2), 161-173, 2002
242002
Computer technology–a political player in social policy processes
P Henman
Journal of Social Policy 26 (3), 323-340, 1997
241997
Does computerisation save governments money?
P Henman
Information infrastructure and Policy 5, 235-252, 1996
231996
Government and the internet: evolving technologies, enduring research themes
P Henman
The Oxford handbook of Internet studies, 2013
222013
E-government and the production of standardized individuality
P Henman, M Dean
Calculating the social, 77-93, 2010
222010
Updating Australian budget standards costs of children estimates
P Henman
Commonwealth Department of Family and Community Services, 2001
222001
Welfare dependency? A critical analysis of changes in welfare recipient numbers
P Henman, J Perry
Australian Journal of Social Issues, The 37 (3), 315, 2002
212002
Governing individuality
P Henman
Contested individualization, 171-185, 2007
202007
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