Publications highlighted here feature the work of SSGM Fellows and of authors associated with the Program which reflect their complementary areas of expertise and interest. These publications are of continuing relevance to issues and problems of governance in Melanesia and the Pacific and often have implications for policy change and reform.
Edited by Edward Aspinall, Robin Jeffrey, Anthony Regan, 2012, Routledge
Lia Kent, 2012, Routledge.
Edited by R.J. May, R.Anere, N.Haley, K.Wheen, 2011, NRI.
by Anthony Regan, United States Institute of Peace Press (USIP), Washington DC, 2010.
by Doug Porter, Bryant Allen and Gaye Thompson, (Routledge Revivals series), Routledge, 2010 [first published 1991].
edited by Vicki Luker and Sinclair Dinnen, ANU E Press, 2010.
by John Braithwaite, Sinclair Dinnen, Matthew Allen, Valerie Braithwaite and Hilary Charlesworth, ANU E Press, 2010.
edited by Mike Bourke and Tracey Harwood, ANU E Press, 2009.
edited by Jon Fraenkel, Stewart Firth and Brij V. Lal, ANU E Press, 2009.
edited by Ronald J. May, ANU E Press, 2009.
by Brij V. Lal, ANU E Press, 2008.
edited by Sinclair Dinnen and Stewart Firth, ANU E Press and Asia Pacific Press, 2008.
edited by Leslie Butt and Richard Eves, University of Hawai'i Press, 2008.
edited by Nicole Haley and Ronald J. May, ANU E Press, 2007.
edited by Stewart Firth, ANU E Press, co-published by ANU, Asia Pacific Press and IPS Publications, 2006.
edited by Jon Fraenkel and Stewart Firth, Co-published by ANU E Press, Asia Pacific Press and IPS Publications, 2007, Asia Pacific Press.
Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 43, (3), 2005
guest editors Jon Fraenkel (SSGM ANU) and Professor Bernard Grofman (University of California, Irvine), Special Issue on Pacific Electoral Systems.
edited by Anthony J. Regan and Helga M. Griffin, Pandanus Books and the State Society and Governance Project in Melanesia, 2005.
Effective Development in Papua New Guinea
Development Bulletin, No. 67 April 2005
- Positive stories on development in Papua New Guinea
- Community-level agricultural developoment
- Self-reliance in rural development and health
- Community approaches to law and order
- Empowering local communities
- Successful entrepreneurs
- Institutions and governance
by Jon Fraenkel, Victoria University Press & Pandanus Books, Wellington & Canberra, 2004.
by Ronald J. May, ANU E Press, 2004.
edited by Nancy Sullivan, Co-published by DWU Press and SSGM, 2004.
A Kind of Mending - Restorative Justice in the Pacific Islands
edited by Sinclair Dinnen with Anita Jowett and Tess Newton, Pandanus Books, 2003.
Elections and Constitution Making in East Timor
edited by Dionisio da Costa Babo Soares, Michael Maley, James J Fox and Anthony J Regan, Pandanus Books, 2003.
edited by Anita Jowitt and Tess Newton Cain, Pandanus Books, RSPAS, ANU, 2003.
edited by David Kavanamur, Charles Yala and Quinton Clements, Pandanus Books, 2003.
'Arc of Instability'? - Melanesia in the Early 2000s
edited by Ronald J. May, Co-published by the SSGM Project and MacMillan Brown Centre for Pacific Studies, University of Canterbury, New Zealand (Occasional Paper No. 4), 2003.
Women's Groups and Everyday Modernity in Melanesia
Guest edited by Bronwen Douglas, Oceania, 74(1 & 2), September/December 2003.
Maintaining Democracy: The 1997 Elections in Papua New Guineaedited by Ronald J. May and Ray Anere, co-published by UPNG (Port Moresby) and the SSGM Project, 2002.
Br Pat Howley, The Federation Press 2002.
Political Participation in the Pacific: Issues of Gender, Race and Religion"
Development Bulletin No 59 October 2002
- Querying the relevance of democracy in Pacific Island states
- Religious denominations and political devisions
- Using religion for political gain in PNG and Fiji
- Race and identity in post coup Fiji
- Getting women elected in Solomon Islands, PNG and Vanuatu
- Law, governance and civil society
- Protecting the political rights of the indigenous people of Papua
Law and order in a weak state: crime and politics in Papua New Guinea
by Dr Sinclair Dinnen, University of Hawai'i Press, 2001.
Without a gun: Australians' experiences monitoring peace in Bougainville, 1997-2001
edited by Monica Wehner and Donald Dennon, Pandanus Books, 2001.
Reflections on violence in Melanesia
edited by Sinclair Dinnen and Alison Ley, Hawkins Press and Asia Pacific Press (Sydney and Canberra), 2000.
Across the great divide: journeys in history and anthropology
by Bronwen Douglas, Harwood Academic Publishers (Amsterdam), 1998.
Challenging the State: the Sandline Affair
edited by Ronald J. May, Anthony Regan and Sinclair Dinnen,
National Centre for Development Studies and Department of Political and Social Change, RSPAS, ANU, 1997.