Research Publications for Margaret A Wilson

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  • McGregor, J., Bell, S., & Wilson, M. A. (2016). Human Rights in New Zealand: Emerging Faultlines. Bridget Williams Books. doi:10.7810/9780947492748

  • Wilson, M. (2016). Strike ballots: The New Zealand experience. Australian Journal of Labour Law, 29(2), 194-209.

  • Wilson, M. (2016). Q & A with Margaret Wilson. Employment Law Bulletin, (4), 66.

  • wilson, M. (2016). The role of the political party as representative of the public within a neo-liberal political system: New Zealand - A case study: Reclaiming the Public. Working Papers in the Human Rights and Public Life Program (3). Whitlam Institute within Western Sydney University.

  • Wilson, M. A. (2016). A significant landmark on the path to women's equality. The Parliamentarian, 97(1), 40-43.

  • Wilson, M. (2016). Women in government/governance in New Zealand: A case study of engagement over forty years. In The Public Law of Gender. From the Local to the Global (pp. 273-295). Cambridge, United Kingdom: Cambridge University Press.

  • Wilson, M. (2015). Establishing a Supreme Court for New Zealand. In A. Stockley, & M. Littlewood (Eds.), The New Zealand Supreme Court: The First Ten Years (pp. 1-19). LexisNexis NZ Limited.

  • Wilson, M. A., McGregor, J., & Bell, S. (2015). The impact of economic and social human rights in New Zealand case law. Australian Journal of Human Rights, 21(1), 143-165.

  • Wilson, M. A. (2015). The Struggle for Sovereignty: New Zealand and Twenty-First Century Statehood. Bridget Williams Books. doi:10.7810/9780908321209

  • Bell, S., McGregor, J., & Wilson, M. A. (2015). The convention on the rights of disabled persons: A remaining dilemma for New Zealand?. New Zealand Journal of Public and International Law, 13(2), 277-296.

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