Prof Linda Hancock

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Personal Chair And Professor Of Politics And Policy Studies

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

Alfred Deakin Institute

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Contact

linda.hancock@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 43871

Publications

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2014

Engaging higher education institutions in the challenge of sustainability: sustainable transport as a catalyst for action

Prof Linda Hancock, Ms Sonia Nuttman

(2014), Vol. 62, pp. 62-71, Journal of Cleaner Production, New York, NY, C1

journal
2013

“Giving Dracula the keys to the blood bank? Interrogating the Fifth Crown Casino Licensing Regulatory Review

Prof Linda Hancock

(2013), Vol. 8, pp. 1-28, Journal of Business Systems, Governance and Ethics, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal
2011

Regulatory failure? The case of Crown casino

Prof Linda Hancock

(2011), North Melbourne, Vic., A1

book
2008

Margaret Reynolds : community activism for universal values

Prof Linda Hancock

(2008), pp. 140-158, Global Citizens : Australian activists for change, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter

Gambling and corporate social responsibility (CSR) : re-defining industry and state roles on duty of care, host responsibility and risk management

Prof Linda Hancock, Tony Schellinck, Tracy Schrans

(2008), Vol. 27, pp. 55-68, Policy and society, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

journal
2007

Cutting carbon emissions : community-focused demand management strategies for greenhouse gas abatement

Prof Linda Hancock

(2007), Vol. 46, pp. 78-89, Just policy: a journal of Australian social policy, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal
2006

Bringing in the community sector: partnerships and advocacy

Prof Linda Hancock

(2006), pp. 42-65, Beyond the policy cycle: the policy process in Australia, Crows Nest, N.S.W., B1

chapter

The advantages of a proactive business response to human rights reporting

Prof Linda Hancock

(2006), pp. 21-24, Journal of corporate citizenship, Sheffield, England, C1

journal

Mature workers, training and using TLM frameworks

Prof Linda Hancock

(2006), Vol. 32, pp. 257-279, Australian bulletin of labour, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1

journal

Transitional labour markets : a social investment and risk mitigation strategy for social policy

Prof Linda Hancock, Prof Brian Howe, Prof Mark Considine

(2006), Vol. 32, pp. 103-113, Australian bulletin of labour, Bedford Park, S. Aust., C1

journal
2005

Living precariously: the struggle for social and economic citizenship

Prof Linda Hancock

(2005), Vol. 37, pp. 5-7, Just policy : a journal of Australian social policy, Collingwood, Vic., C1

journal

Breaking down the policy silos: TLMs, training and combatting the social exclusion of older workers

Prof Linda Hancock

(2005), pp. 1-20, Transitions & risk : new directions in social policy, Wednesday 23rd to Friday 25th February, 2005, Melbourne, Vic., E1

conference
2004

Restructuring Australia : from economic to social to political change

Prof Linda Hancock

(2004), pp. 168-182, Restructuring Australia : regionalism, republicanism and reform of the nation state, Annandale, N.S.W, B1

chapter
2003

Getting real on social policy

Prof Linda Hancock

(2003), pp. 175-189, Vision for Victoria, Carlton North., Vic., B1

chapter

Incorporating voices from the community into policy

Prof Linda Hancock, Donna Morabito

(2003), pp. 38-53, Health, social change and communities, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter
2002

The care crunch: changing work, families and welfare in Australia

Prof Linda Hancock

(2002), Vol. 22, pp. 119-140, Critical social policy, London, England, C1

journal

Australian Federalism, Politics, and Health

Prof Linda Hancock

(2002), pp. 49-78, Health policy in Australia, Melbourne, Vic., B1

chapter
2001

Precarious work, overwork and family time

Prof Linda Hancock

(2001), Vol. 49, pp. 25-32, CEDA growth: future directions in Australian social policy: new ways of preventing risk, Melbourne, Vic., C1

journal
1991

Legal regulation of prostitution : what or who is being controlled?

Prof Linda Hancock

(1991), pp. 165-171, Sex industry and public policy : proceedings of a conference held 6-8 May 1991, Canberra, A.C.T., E1-1

conference

Grants

Australian Competitive Grants

Labour Matters: The Recomposition of Trade Union Action in a Globalising Era

Prof Carla Lipsig-Mumme, Prof Linda Hancock, A/Prof Robert Lambert

ARC - Discovery Projects

  • 2006: $10,000

Community Engagement for Localised Greenhouse Reduction: a local government demand-management model for business and household water, energy and waste reduction

Prof Linda Hancock

ARC Linkage - Projects Rnd 2

  • 2009: $21,421
  • 2008: $43,947
  • 2007: $22,501

Mechanisms of Influence: How do tobacco, alcohol and gambling corporations influence government policy?

Prof Peter Miller, Prof Linda Hancock, Adj/Prof Melanie Wakefield, A/Prof Kypros Kypri, Dr Charles Livingstone, Prof Michael Daube, Ms Caterina Giorgi, A/Prof Peter Adams, Dr Jim McCambridge

ARC Linkage - Projects

  • 2016: $27,688
  • 2015: $61,951
  • 2014: $53,493
  • 2013: $25,962

ARC Centre of Excellence for Electromaterials Science

Prof Gordon Wallace, Prof Maria Forsyth, Prof Douglas MacFarlane, Prof David Officer, Prof Mark Cook, Prof Susan Dodds, Prof Geoffrey Spinks, Prof Gursel Alici, A/Prof Simon Moulton, A/Prof Marc in het Panhuis, A/Prof Robert Kapsa, A/Prof Jeremy Crook, A/Prof Peter Innis, Dr Attila Mozer, Dr Michael Higgins, Prof Michelle Coote, Prof Xungai Wang, A/Prof Patrick Howlett, A/Prof Jenny Pringle, Prof Linda Hancock, Prof Leone Spiccia, Dr Jie Zhang, A/Prof Robert Sparrow, Prof Brett Paull, A/Prof Dirk Guldi, Prof Masayoshi Watanabe, Prof Dermot Diamond, A/Prof Seon-Jeong Kim, Prof Patrick Unwin, Dr Millicent Firestone

ARC CRE - Centres of Excellence

  • 2016: $741,098
  • 2015: $753,197
  • 2014: $701,567

Other Public Sector Funding

Ageing Workforce in a Multicultural Society: Identifying Vulnerability in post war mature age Southern European (Italian and Greek) Australian Communities

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2007: $6,225
  • 2006: $18,674

Deakin University TravelSmart Travel Plan - Burwood Campus

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2010: $4,545
  • 2009: $45,455
  • 2008: $31,818
  • 2007: $9,091

Industry and Other Funding

MacroMelbourne Initiative

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2006: $20,000

Community Engagement for Localised Greenhouse Reduction: a local government demand-management model for business and household water, energy and waste reduction

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2009: $454
  • 2008: $50,000

From disability support pension to paid work: What works?

Prof Linda Hancock, Dr Julien Barbara

  • 2006: $20,000

Gambling venue codes of practice in operation. The effectiveness for employees and customers in gaming venues

Prof Linda Hancock, Mr Tim Petterson

  • 2010: $3,000

An evidence base for prevention and treatment of problem gambling

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2010: $9,532

Scoping a United Way Social Index

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2011: $10,000
  • 2010: $10,000

Mechanisms of Influence: How do tobacco, alcohol and gambling corporations influence government policy?

Prof Peter Miller, Prof Linda Hancock, Adj/Prof Melanie Wakefield, A/Prof Kypros Kypri, Dr Charles Livingstone, Prof Michael Daube, Ms Caterina Giorgi, A/Prof Peter Adams, Dr Jim McCambridge

  • 2016: $27,500
  • 2015: $20,000
  • 2014: $20,000

Evaluation of Leaders for Geelong Program - Impact and Social Return on Investment

Prof Linda Hancock

  • 2015: $3,000
  • 2014: $27,000

Supervisions

Principal Supervisor
2011

Natalie Ralph

Thesis entitled: Extractive Transnational Corporations, Intrastate Conflict and Peacemaking: Frameworks and Best-Practice

Doctor of Philosophy, School of International and Political Studies

2001

Mary-Ann Robinson

Thesis entitled: Making a Finding: Guardianship and Construction of Decisions about Women's Health and Fertility

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Australian & International Studies

1999

Sarah Leach

Thesis entitled: THE SCREENING OF WOMEN: CERVICAL CANCER SCREENING, THE PRACTICE, THE EXPERIENCE AND THE POLICY.

Doctor of Philosophy, School of Australian & International Studies

1998

Janine Smith

Thesis entitled: An analysis of shifts in public health policy and their impact on the role and practice of community health nurses

Doctor of Philosophy (Nursing), School of Nursing & Midwifery