Dr Yee-Fui Ng is an Associate Professor and the Deputy Director of the Australian Centre for Justice Innovation at Monash University. She is also the Victorian Convenor of the Electoral Regulation Research Network. Her research centres on strengthening political institutions and enhancing executive accountability. Her work has focussed on the regulation and accountability of actors and institutions in the shadows of government, such as ministerial advisers, lobby groups and government corporations, utilising empirical, doctrinal and comparative methodologies. She is the author of The Rise of Political Advisors in the Westminster System (Routledge, 2018) and Ministerial Advisers in Australia: The Modern Legal Context (Federation Press, 2016), which was a finalist of the Holt Prize. Dr Ng also co-authored Douglas and Jones’s Administrative Law (Federation Press, 8th ed, 2018).

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Posts by Yee-Fui: 

The Rise of Automated Decision-Making in the Administrative State: Are Kerr’s Institutions still ‘Fit for Purpose’?

The “Car Park Rorts” Affair and Grants Regulation in Australia: How can We Fix the System?

A Ban on Foreign Political Donations: Definitions, Scope and Constitutional Validity