Barry Hindess

Barry Hindess

After working as a sociologist in Britain, Barry Hindess joined the Australian National University in 1987, later moving to ANU’s Research School of Social Sciences, where he learned to pass as a political scientist and developed his interest in the politics of corruption and anti-corruption. He is now an Emeritus Professor in ANU’s School of Politics and International Relations. Like many senior academics he has publications he prefers to forget, but he is happy to recall Discourses of Power: from Hobbes to Foucault, Governing Australia (with Mitchell Dean), Corruption and Democracy in Australia, Us and them: elites and anti-elitism in Australia (with Marian Sawer) and Governments, NGOs and Anti-Corruption: the new integrity warriors (with Luis de Sousa and Peter Larmour).

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Expanding the Focus

Edited by: Manuhuia Barcham, Barry Hindess, Peter Larmour
ISBN (print): 9781921862816
ISBN (online): 9781921862991
Publication date: September 2012