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Associate Professor Grant Duncan

Associate Professor

School of People, Environment and Planning

Professional

Contact details

  • Ph: ext 43473
    Location: AT2.31, Atrium
    Campus: Albany

Prizes and Awards

  • Winner in the 2021 inaugural DASSH Awards for Leadership in Excellence and Innovation (Engagement and Public Communication category). The DASSH Award for Engagement and Public Communication recognizes excellence in public engagement and communications by Humanities, Arts and Social Sciences academics who meaningfully engage with communities outside of the higher education sector or who make a significant contribution to public debate. The award was primarily based on the Stuff/Massey pre-election surveys of 2017 and 2020. - Deans of Australasian Faculties of Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities. (2021)
  • Massey University Research Medal for Academic Citizenship - Massey University (2020)

Research Expertise

Research Interests

Political theory and public policy.

Thematics

21st Century Citizenship

Area of Expertise

Field of research codes
New Zealand Government and Politics (160608): Policy and Administration (160500): Political Science (160600): Political Theory and Political Philosophy (160609): Public Administration (160509): Public Policy (160510): Social Policy (160512): Studies In Human Society (160000)

Research Projects

Summary of Research Projects

Position Current Completed
Project Leader 1 1

Research Outputs

Journal

Duncan, G. (2021). Social Unemployment Insurance: A case (more or less) in favour. Policy Quarterly. 17(4), 12-19 Retrieved from https://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/pq/article/view/7312
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapple, S. (2021). What is a vested interest?. Policy Quarterly. 17(2), 3-8
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). The Covid-19 pandemic. Policy Quarterly. 16(3), 3-6 Retrieved from https://ojs.victoria.ac.nz/pq/article/view/6546
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2019). National’s fortunate failure to deregulate accident compensation. New Zealand Sociology. 34(2), 253-278
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Openshaw, R. and Rata, E. (eds.) (2009) The Politics of Conformity in New Zealand. Auckland: Pearson. New Zealand Sociology. 26(2), 103-108
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2017). The meanings of 'pain' in historical, social, and political context. Monist. 100(4), 514-531
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2018). Trust, distrust, and the end of politics-as-we-knew-it: the mood of the nation prior to election 2017. Kotuitui. 13(2), 114-131
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2014). Politics, Paradoxes and Pragmatics of Happiness. Culture, Theory and Critique. 55(1), 79-95
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2014). After neo-liberalism, what could be worse?. New Zealand Sociology. 29(1), 15-39
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). New Zealand’s Cabinet Manual: How Does It Shape Constitutional Conventions?. Parliamentary Affairs. 68(4), 737-756
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2010). Should happiness-maximization be the goal of Government?. Journal of Happiness Studies. 11(2), 163-178
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). After happiness. Journal of Political Ideologies. 12(1), 85-108
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2003). Workers' compensation and the governance of pain. Economy and Society. 32(3), 449-477
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). Auckland Council: is it too big to last?. Policy Quarterly. 12(4), 54-59 Retrieved from http://apo.org.au/node/71875
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). Labour: The New Zealand Labour Party 1916–2016 by Peter Franks and Jim McAloon. Wellington: VUP (2016).. Takahē. (88), 68-70Retreived from http://www.takahe.org.nz/t88/reviews/peter-franks-and-jim-mcaloon-labour-the-new-zealand-labour-party-1916-2016/
[Book Review]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). Kelsey: The FIRE Economy. Counterfutures. (1), 175-177
[Book Review]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). Economy, society and well-being: A response to Dalziel and Saunders. New Zealand Sociology. 30(3), 56-67
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). Pain: A Political History. MEDICAL HISTORY. 59(4), 637-639
[Book Review]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Flecher, M. (2014). Developments in social legislation and policy in New Zealand 2013. Zeitschrift fur auslandisches und internationales Arbeits - und Sozialrecht. 28(1), 48-67
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2013). Happiness, Sadness and Government. Health, Culture & Society. 5(1), 51-66 Retrieved from http://hcs.pitt.edu/ojs/index.php/hcs/issue/view/6/showToc
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapman, J. (2013). Book Review: Along a Fault-Line: New Zealand's Local Government Landscape. Political Science. 65(2), 245-247Retreived from http://pnz.sagepub.com/content/65/2/245.citation
[Book Review]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2013). Sovereignty and subjectivity. Subjectivity. 6, 406-423 Retrieved from http://www.palgrave-journals.com/sub/journal/v6/n4/abs/sub201310a.html
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (1996). Is Compensation Bad for your Back?. The Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counselling. 2(2), 128-139
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Chapman, J., & Duncan, G. (2007). Is there now a new 'New Zealand model'?. Public Management Review. 9(1), 1-25
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapman, J. (2012). Better public services? Public management and the New Zealand model. Public Policy. 7(2), 151-166 Retrieved from http://search.informit.com.au/documentSummary;dn=116421360436109;res=IELHSS
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Developments in social security and social protection: New Zealand 2010. Zeitschrift fur auslandisches und internationales Arbiets- und Sozialrecht (ZIAS). 4(24/25), 410-428
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Book review: The politics of conformity in New Zealand, edited by Openshaw,R. Rata,E. (2009). New Zealand Sociology. 26(2), 103-108Retreived from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE9421182&dps_custom_att_1=ilsdb
[Book Review]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Scratching the essentialist itch: Comment on Roper - (Review-Symposium: Responses to Brian Roper’s ‘The Fifth (Key) National Government’s Neoliberal Policy Agenda: Description, Analysis and Critical Evaluation’ (published in New Zealand Sociology 26:1 pp.12-40)). New Zealand Sociology. 26(2), 58-65 Retrieved from http://ndhadeliver.natlib.govt.nz/delivery/DeliveryManagerServlet?dps_pid=IE9421182&dps_custom_att_1=ilsdb
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2012). Book review: Policy worlds: Anthropology and the analysis of contemporary power, edited by Shore, C. Wright, S. and Pero, D. (2011). SITES: a Journal for South Pacific Cultural Studies. 9(2), 179-184Retreived from http://sites.otago.ac.nz/index.php/Sites/index
[Book Review]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Public policy and happiness. Journal of New Thinking in Public Policy & Administration.
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2010). Browne's gamble. London Review of Books. 32(22), 4-4 Retrieved from http://www.lrb.co.uk/v32/n22/letters
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapman, J. (2010). New Millennium, New Public Management and the New Zealand Model. AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION. 69(3), 301-313
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009). The achievements of New Zealand's labour-led government in social security, 1999-2008. ZIAS Zeitschrift Fuer Auslandisches und Internationales Arbeits -und Sozialrecht [Journal of Comparative and International Labour and Social Law]. 23(3), 231-247
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Browning, J. (2009). Adult attachment in children raised by parents with schizophrenia. Journal of Adult Development. 16(2), 76-86
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). Boundary disputes in the ACC scheme and the no-fault principle. New Zealand Law Review. 2008(Part 1: A review of the Accident Compensation legislation, in particular noting 40 years of the Woodhouse report), 27-35 Retrieved from http://www.nzlawreview.org.nz/issues/126.html
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Book review: Public policy and ethnicity: The politics of ethnic boundary making, edited by Rata, E., and Openshaw, R. (2006). Sites: A Journal of Social Anthropology & Cultural Studies. 4(1), 193-197 Retrieved from http://sites.otago.ac.nz/Sites/article/view/32/17
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2005). What do we mean by ''happiness''? The relevance of subjective wellbeing to social policy. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand. (25), 16-31 Retrieved from https://www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/publications-resources/journals-and-magazines/social-policy-journal/spj25/what-do-we-mean-by-happiness25-pages16-31.html
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Browning, J., & Duncan, G. (2005). Family membership in post-reunion adoption narratives. Social Policy Journal of New Zealand. (26), 156-172 Retrieved from https://www.msd.govt.nz/about-msd-and-our-work/publications-resources/journals-and-magazines/social-policy-journal/spj26/26-family-membership-in-post-reunion-adoption-narratives-pages156-172.html
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2005). Child poverty and family assistance in New Zealand. ZIAS Zeitschrift fur auslandisches und internationales Arbeits-und Sozialrecht [Journal of Comparative and International Labour and Social Law]. 4, 323-352
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2004). Pouvoir et Savoir: The tertiary education strategy and the will to know. New Zealand Journal of Tertiary Education. 1, 1-9
[Journal article]Authored by: Duncan, L.

Book

Duncan, G.(2021). How to Rule? The Arts of Government from Antiquity to the Present. London UK: Routledge
[Authored Book]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2019). Happiness and the new politicization of subjectivity. In Critical Happiness Studies. (pp. 83 - 97).
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2019). Happiness and the new politicization of subjectivity. In N. Hill, S. Brinkmann, & A. Petersen (Eds.) Critical Happiness Studies. (pp. 83 - 97). : Routledge
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2019). On Saying It Hurts: Performativity and Politics of Pain. In S. van Rysewyk (Ed.) Meanings of Pain. Volume 2: Common Types of Pain and Language. : Springer
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2019). New Zealand’s universal no-fault accident compensation scheme: Embedding community responsibility. In J. Luetjens, M. Mintrom, & P. `t Hart (Eds.) Successful Public Policy: Lessons from Australia and New Zealand. (pp. 329 - 355). : ANU Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2018). The problem of political trust: A conceptual reformulation.
[Authored Book]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2018). The New Zealand universal accident scheme: Problems solved and new challenges. In The Science and Politics of Work Disability Prevention. (pp. 88 - 102).
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2018). The Problem of Political Trust A Conceptual Reformulation. : Routledge
[Authored Book]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). New Zealand. In B. Galligan, & S. Brenton (Eds.) Constitutional Conventions in Westminster Systems: Controversies, Changes and Challenges. (pp. 217 - 232). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2017). The ‘soft target’ of Labour in New Zealand. In R. Manwring, & P. Kennedy (Eds.) Why the Left Loses: The decline of the Centre-Left in comparative perspective. (pp. 53 - 68). United Kingdom: Policy Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). Auckland: How to Govern It?. In J. Drage, & C. Cheyne (Eds.) Local Government in New Zealand: Challenges and Choices. (pp. 220 - 232). Auckland: Dunmore
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Gillon, G. (2015). Members of Parliament. In J. Hayward (Ed.) New Zealand Government and Politics. (pp. 393 - 402). South Melbourne VIC: Oxford University Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). New Zealand. In Constitutional Conventions in Westminster Systems: Controversies, Changes and Challenges. (pp. 217 - 232).
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2007). Society and politics: New Zealand social policy (2nd. Ed.). Auckland, New Zealand: Pearson Education New Zealand
[Authored Book]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2013). Should happiness-maximization be the goal of government?. In AD. Faye (Ed.) The Exploration of Happiness: Present and Future Perspectives. (pp. 303 - 320). Dordrecht NL: Springer
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2010). The right to sadness. (pp. 126 - 127). Singapore: Page One Publishing
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2010). The making of the super city. In G. Duncan, & J. Ross (Eds.) 11 views of Auckland. (pp. 191 - 205). New Zealand: School of Social and Cultural Studies, Massey University, Albany
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Ross, J., & Duncan, G. (Eds.) (2010). 11 Views of Auckland. (Vol. 10) New Zealand: School of Social and Cultural Studies, Massey University, Albany
[Edited Book]Authored by: Duncan, L., Ross, J.
Duncan, G. (2009). Improving their share of the research dollar: New Zealand's performance-based research fund. In T. Giberson, & G. Giberson (Eds.) The knowledge economy academic and the commodification of higher education. (pp. 101 - 113). Cresskill, NJ, United States: Hampton Press
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). Counting the currency of knowledge: New Zealand's Performance-Based Research Fund. In I. Morley, & M. Crouch (Eds.) Knowledge as Value: Illumination through Critical Prisms. (pp. 23 - 42). Amsterdam/New York: Rodopi
[Chapter]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2004). Society and Politics: New Zealand Social Policy. Auckland, NZ: Pearson Prentice Hall
[Authored Book]Authored by: Duncan, L.

Report

Shirley, I., Molineaux, J., Shand, D., Jackson, N., Duncan, G., & Lewis, N.(2016). The Governance of Auckland: 5 years on.
[Technical Report]Contributed to by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2014). Developments in social legislation and policy in New Zealand 2013.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2013). Developments in social security and social protection: New Zealand 2012.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2010). Developments in social security and social protection: New Zealand 2009.
[Commissioned Report]Authored by: Duncan, L.

Conference

Duncan, G.‘Our Money Or Your Life!’ The real architecture of choice in public policy. . Singapore
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016, January). Local government reform in Auckland. Presented at Public Policy Network 2016. Sydney.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015, November). Trusting in Leviathan: The political conditions of an inter-subjective practice. Presented at New Zealand Political Studies Association Annual Conference. Palmerston North.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015, January). Constitutional Conventions, Cabinets and Cabinet Manuals: How are they getting on together in New Zealand?. Presented at Public Policy Network Conference, Deakin University, Melbourne. Deakin University, Melbourne.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2014, December). Free to Choose Your Poison: Neoliberalism or Post-Neoliberalism. Presented at Sociology Association of Aotearoa New Zealand Annual Conference. University of Canterbury.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2013, December). The New Zealand Cabinet Manual: What Does It Do?. Presented at NZ Poliitical Studies Assoc. University of Canterbury.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2012, December). "Be a good subject!" How are the sovereign and the subject mutually constitutive?. Presented at The Australasian Society for Continental Philosophy [ASCP] Annual Conference. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapman, J. (2012). The new public management: Are we now post-NPM?. In NZPSA Conference 2012 Abstracts, New Zealand Political Studies Association [NZPSA] Conference New Zealand: Victoria University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Gillon, G. (2012). Pre-electoral positioning and multi-party agreements under MMP: Who will work with whom?. In NZPSA Conference Abstracts, New Zealand Political Studies Association [NZPSA] Conference New Zealand: Victoria University
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Gillon, G. (2012, November). Pre-electoral positioning and multi-party agreements under MMP: Who will work with whom?. Presented at New Zealand Political Studies Association [NZPSA] Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapman, J. (2012, November). The new public management: Are we now post-NPM?. Presented at New Zealand Political Studies Association [NZPSA] Conference. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G."Be a good subject!" How are the sovereign and the subject mutually constitutive?. . Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.Writing the unwritten constitution: New Zealand's cabinet manual. . Melbourne, VIC, Australia
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2012). ACC: Organisational culture. Paper presented at the meeting of Resources from the ACC Futures Conference. Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2012, October). ACC: Organisation culture. Presented at ACC: A Better Future. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2011, July 17). Attachment or Separation? What is in the best interests of children of parents with schizophrenia?. , XXX11nd International Congress on Law and Mental Health
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2010). Should happiness-maximation be a goal of governments?. . University of Waikato, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G., & Chapman, J. (2010, December). What became of the New Zealand model. Presented at NZ Political Studies Association. University of Waikato, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, January). The city as a social problem: Who will represent whom?. Presented at Public Policy Network. Hobert Function and Conference Centre, Hobart,TAS, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2009). Re-reading Oedipus. . Monash University, VIC, Australia
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, June). The importance of the ACC system: Background, coverage and the woodhouse principles. Presented at Accident Compensation System Summit. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, March). The current political climate and how this will shape the focus of policy development.. Presented at 6th Annual Policy Evolution Conference. Duxton Hotel, Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, February). Academic practice as it affects academic freedom. Presented at Academic Freedom Forum. Wellesley campus, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008, September). Some principles for redesigning the PBRF. Presented at Forum on 'Measuring Research Performance: What are the Options?'. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008, March). Pain in the ACC: How is chronic pain covered?. Presented at New Zealand Pain Society Annual Scientific Meeting. Auckland, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Chapman, JT., & Duncan, G.(2008). So what is the new 'New Zealand model'?. . Wellington, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008, January). Counting the currency of knowledge: A critical analysis of New Zealand's Performance-based Research Fund. Presented at Policy Network Conference. Sunshine Coast, QLD, Australia.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2007). Boundary disputes in ACC and the no-fault principle. . University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Chapman, JT., & Duncan, G.(2007). Is there now a new 'New Zealand model'?. . Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G.(2007). Should happiness-maximisation be a goal for public policy?. . Victoria University of Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Happiness: The role of public institutions in promoting subjective well-being. In 30th International Congress on Law and Mental Health(pp. 221 - 222). : International Academy of Law and Mental Health
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). The appearance (and disappearance) of chronic low-back pain in New Zealand's accident compensation scheme. In 30th International Congress on Law and Mental Health(pp. 414). : International Academy of Law and Mental Health
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). 'There, but not there': Growing up with a parent with schizophrenia. In 30th International Congress on Law and Mental Health(pp. 533). : International Academy of Law and Mental Health
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Pain and the workers' compensation scheme. In Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Annual Scientific Meeting(pp. 74). : Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Pain and its social implications. In Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists Refresher Course Day: From Laboratory to Litigation(pp. 15 - 16). : Australian and New Zealand College of Anaesthetists
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Shifting discourses in higher education: The Performance-Based Research Fund in New Zealand. In I. Morley (Ed.) The Value of Knowledge: At the Interface. Papers Presented at the 1st Global Conference on the Value of Knowledge. (pp. 229 - 237).
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Browning, J., & Duncan, G. (2006). ''There, but not there'': Reflections on growing up with a parent with schizophrenia. Presented at Schizophrenia Research Meeting. Wellington, New Zealand.
[Conference Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2006). Moral hazard and medical assessment. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review. Vol. 34 (pp. 433 - 441). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2004). After happiness: The politics of dis-content. (pp. 100 - 101). , Humanities Conference: 2nd International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities Altona, VIC: Common Ground Publishing
[Conference Abstract]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2004). Advancing in employment: The way forward for vocational rehabilitation. Victoria University of Wellington Law Review. Vol. 35 (pp. 801 - 809). Wellington, NZ
[Conference Paper in Published Proceedings]Authored by: Duncan, L.

Other

Duncan, G. (2021). Labour makes it easier to change leaders, but Jacinda Ardern has no reason to go – yet. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2021). #75 FEPS Talks: Leadership matters! – New Zealand’s Labor Party and its experience in the government. Federation of European Progressive Studies
[Other]Contributed to by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). What Australia can learn from New Zealand: a new perspective on that tricky trans-Tasman relationship. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). Who are Donald Trump’s supporters in New Zealand and what do we know about them?. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). The rise of ACT in 2020 highlights tensions between the party’s libertarian and populist traditions. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). Voting is an essential service too. New Zealand can’t be afraid to go to the polls, even in lockdown. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). Two months from New Zealand’s election, National gambles on Judith Collins crushing Jacinda Ardern’s charisma. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). Will New Zealand’s $50 billion budget boost Jacinda Ardern’s chance of being re-elected?. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). New Zealand’s unexpected heroine. : Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS)
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). Editorial. (pp. 2 - 2).
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). Willpower v kindness: could Judith Collins crush Jacinda Ardern at the New Zealand election?. : The Guardian
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2020). New Zealand’s coronavirus elimination strategy has united a nation. Can that unity outlast lockdown?. : The Conversation
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2019). An Indigenous Protest in New Zealand Opens Historical Wounds, Testing Ardern. : World Politics Review
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2018). Public Worker Strikes in New Zealand Are Jacinda Ardern’s First Major Headache. : World Politics Review
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2017, April). New Zealand (Chapter 13): The Science and Politics of Work Disability & Prevention.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2013, May). Pain as an etho-policital factor. In eSocSci Engaged Social Science: Governance Network, Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011, June). Is happiness-maximation the new imperative for public policy?.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Should happiness maximization be the goal of governments?. Presented at Massey University, Albany, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Happiness - government policy?.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2011). Should happiness-maximization be the goal of government?. In New Zealand Society for Legal and Social Philosophy. Presented at Law School, University of Auckland. : NEW ZEALAND SOCIETY FOR LEGAL AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009). Submission to the transport and industrial select comittee on the injury prevention rehabilation and compensation amendment bill.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009). Interview with Greg Boyde, News at 8, TVNZ Sky Channel 7, on ACC funding.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). John Key quits while he’s ahead.
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009). Interview with Jo Nunweek, Radio BFM,.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009). Interview with Greg Boyde, News at 8, TVNZ Sky Channel 7, on ACC funding.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009). The currency of knowledge: Or the PBRF in ruins. Presented at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). Grant Duncan calls for ACC to be extended as originally intended to cover major health issues not caused in employment..
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, November). The city as a social problem: Who will represent whom?. In Passing Go Conference. Presented at North Harbour Stadium, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2016). Expanding ACC to cover sickness.
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, December). Submission on the injury prevention, rehabilition and compensation amendment bill. In Transport and Industrial Relations Select Committee. Presented at Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2009, December). Introductory Comments: Setting the scene recent events and the purpose of the ACC forum. In The ACC Group. Presented at University of Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). What are we voting for? A rough guide to our political landscape. Presented at Massey University, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). Where to next, Auckland?. : New Zealand Herald
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). Interview on student allowances.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). What Is ‘Auckland’ Anyway?. : AUT University
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). Interview on ACC fraud.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2015). What will the long term impact of the Cabinet Manual be? Developments in New Zealand may hold the answer.
[Internet publication]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). Interview with Jo Nunweek, on ACC.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2008). Happiness and social legislation.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Review of ACC's fraud unit.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). The value of the PBRF. Presented at University of Auckland, Auckland, New Zealand.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Duncan, G. (2007). Counting the currency of knowledge: An analysis of the PBRF. Presented at Massey University, Auckland, NZ.
[Oral Presentation]Authored by: Duncan, L.
Mizoguchi, R., Dillenbourg, P., Zhu, Z., Lee, F-L., Aroyo, L., Baloia, N., . . . Yu, S. (2006). Foreword.
[Other]Authored by: Duncan, L., Henrickson, M.

Teaching and Supervision

Courses Coordinated

Summary of Doctoral Supervision

Position Current Completed
Main Supervisor 0 3
Co-supervisor 0 3

Completed Doctoral Supervision

Main Supervisor of:

  • 2019 - Parisa Kooshesh - Doctor of Philosophy
    Gender, migration and politics: Pre- and post - migration experiences of Iranian women in New Zealand
  • 2017 - Analosa Veukiso-Ulugia - Doctor of Philosophy
    Sexual Health Knowledge, Attitudes and Behaviour of Samoan Youth in Aotearoa New Zealand
  • 2008 - Grant Gillon - Doctor of Philosophy
    Formation, durability & susceptibility: Coalition traits that affected NZ MMP Governments 1996-2002

Co-supervisor of:

  • 2016 - Amanda Lynn - Doctor of Philosophy
    A Study of Innovative Entrepreneurship in Marlborough, New Zealand.
  • 2013 - Sheryl Bourke - Doctor of Philosophy
    Perspectives on poverty
  • 2010 - Christopher McMillan - Doctor of Philosophy
    Universality and communist strategy: Zizek and the disavowed foundations of global capitalism

Media and Links

Media

  • 30 Oct 2014 - Magazine
    Two Years to Demonstrate Our Independent Status
    Briefing Papers Article
  • 30 Aug 2013 - Newspaper
    Labour's lose-lose-lose strategy
    Newspaper article
  • 25 Jul 2017 - Radio
    The Panel: Regional shift for govt depts
    Grant Duncan of Massey Unversity on the feasibility of moving governemnt departments to the regions.
  • 22 Sep 2014 - Online
    NZ PM John Key makes it three in a row
    NZ PM John Key makes it three in a row as Labour goes backwards
  • 22 Dec 2015 - Newspaper
    Design or process – the next flag vote
    Opinion piece on what the flag referendum will be about
  • 21 Sep 2014 - Television
    ABC TV
    Interviewed on Australian national TV re the NZ election 2014 results
  • 21 May 2015 - Newspaper
    Don't disturb our ACC nest egg
    Opinion piece
  • 19 Sep 2013 - Online
    Albo & Shorten should look to New Zealand
    Media article
  • 16 Sep 2014 - Online
    A beginner's guide to New Zealand's strangest elec
    A beginner's guide to New Zealand's strangest Election
  • 15 Mar 2015 - Television
    Q+A TVNZ
    On Q+A's expert panel on 3 occasions as a political commentator.
  • 15 Jun 2017 - Newspaper
    'Completely broken'?
  • 11 Dec 2015 - Television
    Which flag will come out on top?
    Discussion with Paul Henry on TV3 about the first flag referendum
  • 07 Nov 2014 - Magazine
    Tom Brooking: Richard Seddon, King of God's Own
    Tom Brooking: Richard Seddon, King of God's Own - Review
  • 05 Nov 2014 - Magazine
    Geoffrey Palmer: Reform, a Memoir - review
    Geoffrey Palmer: Reform, a Memoir - review
  • 05 Dec 2016 - Online
    John Key quits while he’s ahead
  • 02 Oct 2013 - Magazine
    Where's the choice, bro: Kiwis in Australia
    The Conversation