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HAIDAR Ali
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Papers Number of the published data : 24
No. Title of presented paper Journal Publication date DOI
1 Neutral – Neither Trustees nor Hired Guns: The Experiences and Preferences of Local Government Councillors... Australian Journal of Public Administration 2017/01 10.1111/1467-8500.12240
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper Neutral – Neither Trustees nor Hired Guns: The Experiences and Preferences of Local Government Councillors of NSW Australia
Journal Australian Journal of Public Administration
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Joint authors Ali HAIDAR and Keri SPOONER
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This paper reports on the preferences and experiences of the councillor level of New South Wales (NSW, Australia) local government, concerning the public service values that guide the council staff working under a politicised employment relationship. The results of the study show that councillors perceive council staff to be as largely neutral in their behaviour as they expect them to be. The paper further reports that the council staff (in the view of councillors) do not politically respond to any unreasonable demands made by elected officials or act as the trustee of the public interest in competition with them. Data for this study were collected through interviews, a survey, and from secondary sources.
 
2 'Daihatsu shifts and aligns its strategies: A case study of the appointment of an Indonesian as... International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences 2016/01 10.6007/IJARBSS/v6-i1/1978
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Corresponding author
Title of presented paper 'Daihatsu shifts and aligns its strategies: A case study of the appointment of an Indonesian as the CEO of Astra Daihatsu Motor
Journal International Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
Volume/issue/page 06/ 01, 83-99
Joint authors
ISSN 2222-6990
Summary
Japanese multinational companies are known for the employment of Japanese expatriates to manage their overseas subsidiaries. Daihatsu Motor Company made history in 2011 by choosing a local Indonesian manager as the president director of Astra Daihatsu Motor – the Indonesian subsidiary of the Daihatsu Motor Company. This study explores reasons behind this appointment. The paper argues that Daihatsu, through this appointment aligned its corporate, procurement and human resource strategies, took account of the fact that the local manager has contributed to the turnaround of the subsidiary and that he has work values quite similar to those of his Japanese counterparts.
 
3 Spooner, K & Haidar, A. (2014) ‘Politicians and public service employment: A study of the experiences... International Employment Relations Review 2014/03
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper Spooner, K & Haidar, A. (2014) ‘Politicians and public service employment: A study of the experiences and preferences of NSW (Australia) local government councillors’.
Journal International Employment Relations Review
Volume/issue/page 20/ 2, 40-50
Joint authors
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4 'Politicisation but not responsiveness: Preferences and experiences of New Zealand elected members... Australian Journal of Political Science 2011/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper 'Politicisation but not responsiveness: Preferences and experiences of New Zealand elected members of local government councils’
Journal Australian Journal of Political Science
Volume/issue/page 46/ 03, 453-472
Joint authors Haidar, A. M. Reid, & K Spooner
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5 ‘Community not the councillors: A study of commitment of Australian senior council officers working... Australian Journal of Public Administration 2009/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Community not the councillors: A study of commitment of Australian senior council officers working under a politicised employment relationship’
Journal Australian Journal of Public Administration
Volume/issue/page 68/ 02, 139-151
Joint authors Haidar, A. & Spooner, K.
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6 ‘Implications of the Coombs Commission Report for HRM in the public sector’ International Employment Relations Review, 2008/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Implications of the Coombs Commission Report for HRM in the public sector’
Journal International Employment Relations Review,
Volume/issue/page 14/ 01, 39-50
Joint authors Spooner, K. & Haidar, A.
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7 ‘Trustees, neutrals or hired guns: A study of the employment relationship and managerial values of... International Employment Relations Review, 2007/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Trustees, neutrals or hired guns: A study of the employment relationship and managerial values of Australian senior council officers’
Journal International Employment Relations Review,
Volume/issue/page 13/ 01, 85-98
Joint authors Haidar, A. Spooner, K.
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8 ‘Defining the Employment Relationship’ International Journal of Employment Studies 2006/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Defining the Employment Relationship’
Journal International Journal of Employment Studies
Volume/issue/page 14/ 02, 63-82
Joint authors Spooner, K. & Haidar, A
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9 ‘Politicians, public service employment relationship and the Coombs Commission’ International Journal of Employment Studies 2005/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Politicians, public service employment relationship and the Coombs Commission’
Journal International Journal of Employment Studies
Volume/issue/page 13/ 02, 43-67
Joint authors Spooner, K. & Haidar, A
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10 'An impoverished neutrality? Public management values in local government – Penang, Malaysia’ Local Government Studies 2004/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper 'An impoverished neutrality? Public management values in local government – Penang, Malaysia’
Journal Local Government Studies
Volume/issue/page 30/ 01, 88-107
Joint authors Haidar, A. Lim, H. H., and Pullin, L. J.
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11 ‘Councillor expectations and experiences in senior council officer human resource matters: Local government... Employment Relations Record 2004/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Councillor expectations and experiences in senior council officer human resource matters: Local government in Victoria’
Journal Employment Relations Record
Volume/issue/page 04/ 01, 55-66
Joint authors Pullin, L. & Haidar A.
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12 ‘Employment relationship and politicisation: Views of Malaysian civil servants working in Penang’ Employment Relations Record 2004/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Employment relationship and politicisation: Views of Malaysian civil servants working in Penang’
Journal Employment Relations Record
Volume/issue/page 04/ 01, 27-40
Joint authors Haidar, A. Pullin, L. & Hong Hai, L
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13 ‘Managerial values in local government – Victoria, Australia’ International Journal of Public Sector Management 2003/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Managerial values in local government – Victoria, Australia’
Journal International Journal of Public Sector Management
Volume/issue/page 16/ 4/5, 286-302
Joint authors Pullin, L. J. and Haidar, A.
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14 'Work, religious diversity and Islam’, Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources 2003/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper 'Work, religious diversity and Islam’,
Journal Asia Pacific Journal of Human Resources
Volume/issue/page 41/ 01, 51-61
Joint authors Bouma, G. Haidar, A. Nyland, C. and Smith, W.
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15 Performance contract management in regional local government – Victoria’, Asia –Pacific Journal of Human Resources 2003/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper Performance contract management in regional local government – Victoria’,
Journal Asia –Pacific Journal of Human Resources
Volume/issue/page 41/ 03, 279-297
Joint authors Pullin, L. J. & Haidar, A.
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16 ‘Structured strategic human resource management: A study of Victorian local government’ Employment Relations Record 2002/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Structured strategic human resource management: A study of Victorian local government’
Journal Employment Relations Record
Volume/issue/page 02/ 01, 15-27
Joint authors Haidar, A. & Pullin, L.
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17 ‘Industrial Restructuring and labour Collectivity in the Latrobe region’ International Employment Relations Review 2002/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Industrial Restructuring and labour Collectivity in the Latrobe region’
Journal International Employment Relations Review
Volume/issue/page 08/ 02, 1-16
Joint authors Pullin, L.J. and Haidar, A
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18 ‘Coping with Competing Norms by Local Government Bureaucrats in Penang, Malaysia: Some Lessons on the... Journal of Malaysian Studies 2001/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Coping with Competing Norms by Local Government Bureaucrats in Penang, Malaysia: Some Lessons on the Received Responsibility of Bureaucrats’,
Journal Journal of Malaysian Studies
Volume/issue/page 19/ 01, 36-59
Joint authors Hong Hai, L., & Haidar, A.
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19 ‘Public management morality and the employment relationship in the Westminster style of cabinet government:... Indian Journal of Public Administration, XLVII (4) 2001/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper ‘Public management morality and the employment relationship in the Westminster style of cabinet government: Developing a conceptual framework for empirical study with special reference to Australia'
Journal Indian Journal of Public Administration, XLVII (4)
Volume/issue/page 67/ 04, 629-647
Joint authors Haidar, A. & Pullin, L.
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20 'Power and power employment relationship in Victorian local government: Responses from Gippsland... International Employment Relations Review, 2000/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship Joint work
Title of presented paper 'Power and power employment relationship in Victorian local government: Responses from Gippsland senior officers'
Journal International Employment Relations Review,
Volume/issue/page 06/ 01, 125-140
Joint authors
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21 "Budget Formulation and Max Weber’s Three Types of Dominations’ Indian Journal of Public Administration 1988/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship First
Title of presented paper "Budget Formulation and Max Weber’s Three Types of Dominations’
Journal Indian Journal of Public Administration
Volume/issue/page 34/ 04, 1046-1059
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22 'Weber, Westminster and Wellington’ Public Sector (Journal of the New Zealand Institute of Public Administration), 1987/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship First
Title of presented paper 'Weber, Westminster and Wellington’
Journal Public Sector (Journal of the New Zealand Institute of Public Administration),
Volume/issue/page 09/ 03, 23-28
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23 ‘Incremental Model and the New Zealand Budgetary Process’, Social Science Review 1987/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship First
Title of presented paper ‘Incremental Model and the New Zealand Budgetary Process’,
Journal Social Science Review
Volume/issue/page 04/ 02, 44-63
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24 ‘Concepts of Power and Domination in Max Weber’ Dhaka University Studies 1986/01
Type of journal Academic Journal
Authorship First
Title of presented paper ‘Concepts of Power and Domination in Max Weber’
Journal Dhaka University Studies
Volume/issue/page 43/ 02, 129-135
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