Government & Politics

Parliamentary Government

Parliamentary Organization

Parliamentary Practice
and Procedure


Presiding Officers

Members of Parliament

Parliament and the Citizen

Parliament and the



Prime Ministers

Parliament of Australia

Top : Parliament and the Executive : Governor General

  • Brennan, G. The Parliament, the Executive and the Courts: Role and Immunities. 2003.
  • "Roles of Queen, Governor-General and Ministers." Bulletin/Constitutional Commission 1 (May 1986): 2.
  • "Crown Privilege Again." Australian Law Journal 39 (June 1965): 38.
  • "Wrong Bill Assented to by Governor-General." Australian Law Journal 51 (February 1977): 61-62.
  • Cowen, Sir Zelman. "Understanding the Office of the Governor-General of Australia." Australian Defence Force Journal 148 (May-June 2001): 21-26.
  • Cowen, Zelman. "The Monarch and Her Principal Representative in Australia." Parliamentarian 64 (January 1983):1-5.
  • Downing, Susan. "The Reserve Powers of Governor-General." Research Note 25 (1997-1998): 3p.
  • Evatt, Herbert V. "Discretionary Authority of Dominion Governors." Canadian Bar Review 18 (January 1940): 1-9.
  • Evatt, Herbert V. The Royal Prerogative. Sydney: Law Book Company, 1987. 282p. JF 305 .E83 1987 LAW LIB
  • Hanks, Peter J. "Vice-Regal Initiative and Discretion." Australian Current Law (December 1975): 294-301.
  • Hasluck, Paul M. C. The Office of Governor-General. Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1979.
  • Kerr, John. "The Governor-Generalship in Australia." Journal of the Indian Law Institute 17 (January/March 1975):1-7.
  • Mallory, J. R. "The Office of Governor-General Reconsidered." Politics 13 (November 1978): 215-229.
  • Markwell, Don. "Griffith, Barton and the Early Governor-Generals: Aspects of Australia's Constitutional Development." Public Law Review 10, 4 (December 1999): 280-294.
  • Sawer, Geoffrey. "The Governor-General of the Commonwealth of Australia." Current Affairs Bulletin 52 (March1976): 20-31.
  • Sharwood, Robin. "The Divine Right of Governor-General: Or, the Law as History." Summons (1976): 14-21.
  • Smith, Sir David. "Our Australian Head of State." Luncheon for Australians for Constitutional Monarchy, Parliament House, Sydney, Speech (March 19, 2001): 6p.
  • Solomon, David H. Elect the Governor-General. Melbourne: Nelson, 1976.
  • Tranter, Bruce. "Australian Head of State: For the People or By the People?" Social Research and Social Change 6 (Dec. 1999): 119-143.
  • Waugh, John. "The First Governor-General." New Federalist 6 (December 2000): 62-70.
  • Winterton, George. Parliament, The Executive and the Governor- General: A Constitutional Analysis.Melbourne: Melbourne University Press, 1983.Law: KU2172 .W56 1983
  • Winterton, George. Parliament, the Executive and the Governor-General: A Constitutional Analysis. Carlton, Victoria: Melbourne University Press, 1983. 376p. KU2172 .W56 1983 LAW LIB

| Home | Search |

Last Updated: 20-May-2010
Questions and comments:
Copyright 1999, The Trustees of Indiana University

Hop to Aussie Websites