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2015

Rail Freight for Regional Development

Gray, I., Laird, P. & Montague, N., 2015, SEGRA 2015 Conference Proceedings. Australia: SEGRA, p. 1-21 21 p.

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2010

The Essential Railway: A lateral interpretation of the functions of urban railways

Gray, I., 2010, Rail: Rejuvenation and Renaissance. Patterson, R. (ed.). Wellington, NZ: Railway Technical Society, p. 122-128 7 p.

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German Federal Railways
functionality
interpretation
administrative system
cultural theory
2008
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People's perceptions of governance and the implications for regional Australia

Gray, I. & Brown, AJ., 2008, SEGRA 2008: Creative solutions: expect them to be different. Cockfield, G. & Charters, K. (eds.). Brisbane: SEGRA, p. 1-14 14 p.

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2007
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The centralisation of regional land transport in New South Wales and prospects for change in Australia

Gray, I., 2007, 30th Australasian Transport Research Forum. Rose, G. & Morris, J. (eds.). Melbourne, Australia: Australasian Transport Research Forum, Vol. 11. p. 1-13 13 p.

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centralization
railway
federal system
administrative framework
road transport
2004

Water Reform and the Nature of Debate among Participants

Howard, J., Gray, I. & Dunn, A., 2004, TASA 2004 Conference Proceedings. Richmond, K. (ed.). Beechworth, Victoria, Australia: The Sociological Association of Australia (TASA), p. 15 1 p.

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2003

National Land Transport Policy: Where is it sending the regions?

Gray, I., 2003, SEGRA 2003 sustainable economic growth for regional Australia, seventh National Conference. Healey, B. (ed.). Brisbane: Management Solutions

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Should, can and how might researchers help to integrate social, economic and environmental considerations into the planning process?

Brown, A. & Gray, I., 2003, Social dimensions of the triple bottom line in rural Australia. Pritchard, B., Curtis, A., Spriggs, J. & Heron, R. L. (eds.). Canberra, Australia: Bureau of Rural Sciences, p. 49-59 11 p.

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Tumbarumba, New South Wales

Wilkinson, J., Gray, I. & Alston, M., 2003, Community Sustainability in Rural Australian Communities: a question of capital?. Alston, M. (ed.). Wagga Wagga, Australia: Centre for Rural Social Research, p. 135-169 35 p.

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2002

Obstacles to Community Leadership in Theory and Practice

Gray, I. & Williams, R., 2002, Smart Paths to Regional Growth: servicing regions for economic growth. Sixth National Conference. Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia, SEGRA 2002. Healey, B. (ed.). Brisbane, Australia: Management Solutions (Qld)

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Social Perspectives on Land Transportation as Regional Development

Gray, I., 2002, SEGRA 2002: 6th National Conference. Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia. Healey, B. (ed.). Brisbane, Australia: Management Solutions

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2001

A future for regional Australia: Escaping global misfortune

Gray, I. & Lawrence, G., 2001, Regions driving decision making. Sustainable Economic Growth for Regional Australia. Charters, K. (ed.). Brisbane, Australia: SEGRA Secretariat, p. 1-4 4 p.

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