Parker, Robert Stewart
PARKER, Robert Stewart
PARKER, Robert Stewart. Australian, b. 1915. Genres: Politics/ Government, Public/Social administration. Career: Social Science Research Fellow, 1947-48, Reader in Public Administration, 1954-60, Reader in Political Science, 1961-62, and Professor of Political Science, 1963-78, Australian National University, Canberra. Professor of Political Science and Public Administration, Victoria University College, New Zealand, 1949-53. Publications: Public Service Recruitment in Australia, 1942; (ed.) Economic Stability in New Zealand, 1953; Highlights of NSW Local Government Legislation over the Last Fifty Years, 1956; (co-author) The Government of the Australian States, 1960; (co-ed.) The Politics of Dependence, 1971; Papua New Guinea as an Emergent State, 1972; (co-author) Politics of Urban Growth, 1972; (co-ed.) The Emergence of the Australian Party System, 1977; The Government of New South Wales, 1978; The Administrative Vocation, 1993. Died 2002.