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Questioning History: Personal Inquiry and Public Dialogue

BELL, Alexander Gilmour (born 1933), Chief Reporter for Public Inquiries, Scottish Office, 1979–93; Inquiry Reporter (Consultant), 1993–2003

Network Management Reconsidered: An Inquiry into Management of Network Structures in Public Sector Service Provision

A Framework for Inquiry into Neighborhood–Institutional Relationships Related to Public Housing and Adolescent Development

Bodies of Evidence: Depo-Provera and the Public Board of Inquiry

Politics and the Media: The Hutton Inquiry, the Public Relations State, and Crisis at the BBC

An Analysis of Hepatitis C Virus–Related Public Inquiries from Health Professionals: 2009–2010

Professional Categorization, Risk Management and Inter-Agency Communication in Public Inquiries into Disastrous Outcomes

Religion and Democratic Citizenship: Inquiry and Conviction in the American Public Square

HUNT, Arthur James (1915 - 2002), Chief Reporter for Public Inquiries, Scottish Office, 1974–79

Upstream public engagement, downstream policy-making? The Brain Imaging Dialogue as a community of inquiry

NAPIER, Lennox Alexander Hawkins (born 1928), Vice Lord-Lieutenant of Gwent, 1995–2004; Inspector of Public Inquiries, 1983–98

WHEELER, Leslie William Frederick (born 1930), Independent Inspector for Public Inquiries and Chairman of Appointments Boards for Civil Service Commissioners and Ministry of Defence, 1984–94

Private Charity and Public Inquiry: A History of the Filer and Peterson Commissions. By Eleanor L. Brilliant. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2000. xvi, 272 pp. $39.95, ISBN 0-253-33751-8.)


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Elected officials have long sought advice from outside the confines of the normal institutions of government. These have ranged from personal friends, interest groups‐industry associations or trade unions for example‐professional ...

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