Joo-Cheong Tham Publications

Joo-Cheong Tham

Book Chapters

  • J. Tham, ‘Political Participation’ in C. Saunders and A. Stone (eds) The Oxford Handbook of The Australian Constitution (Oxford University Press, 2018) 979-1012.
  • J. Tham, ‘Political Equality as a Constitutional Principle: Cautionary Lessons from McCloy v New South Wales’ in R. Dixon (ed), Australian Constitutional Values (Hart Publishing, 2018) 151 - 174.
  • J. Tham and K. Ewing, ‘Trade Agreements and Australian Labour Law – Implications of the Death of the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement’ in J. Howe, A. Chapman and I. Landau (eds), The Evolving Project of Labour Law: Foundations, Development and Future Research Directions (2017), Federation Press, Australia, 246 - 260.
  • J. Tham, I. Campbell and M. Boese, ‘Why is Labour Protection for Temporary Migrant Workers so Fraught?: A Perspective from Australia’ in J. Howe and R. Owens (eds.), Temporary Labour Migration in the Global Era: The Regulatory Challenges, Hart Publishing, United Kingdom (2016), 173–200.

Journal Articles - Refereed

  • I. Campbell, M. Tranfaglia, J. Tham, and M. Boese, ‘Precarious Work and the Reluctance to Complain: Italian Temporary Migrant Workers in Australia’ (2019) 29(1) Labour and Industry 98-117.
  • J. Tham and J. Fudge, ‘Unsavoury Employer Practices: Understanding Temporary Migrant Work in the Australian Food Services Sector’ (2019) 1 International Journal of Comparative Labour Law and Industrial Relations 31–56.
  • Z. Nwokora, M. Anderson, J. Tham, Anika Gauja, Stephen Mills and Narelle Miragliotta, ‘Political Finance Regulation and Reform in New South Wales: Towards a Fairer System?’ (2019) 65 Australian Journal of Politics and History 115-134.
  • M. Anderson, J. Tham, Z. Nwokora, A. Gauja, S. Mills and N. Miragliotta, ‘Less Money, Fewer Donations: The Impact of New South Wales Political Finance Laws on Private Funding of Political Parties’ (2018) 77(4) Australian Journal of Public Administration 797 - 812.
  • A. Gauja, S. Mills, N. Miragliotta, J. Tham, Z. Nwokora and M. Anderson, ‘The Impact of Political Finannce Regulation on Party Organisation’ (2018) Parliamentary Affairs 1 - 21.
  • J. Tham, ‘My Vote Counts, International Standards and Transparency of Political Party Funding: Does the State Have a Duty to Provide for Continuous and Systematic Disclosure?’ (2018) 8 Constitutional Court Review 74 - 96.
  • J. Tham, ‘Aliens, Money and Politics: Should foreign political donations be banned?’ (2017) 28(2) King’s Law Journal 262 - 278.
  • J. Fudge and J. Tham, ‘Dishing up Migrant Workers for the Canadian Food Services Sector: Labor Law and the Demand for Migrant Workers’ (2017) 39 Comparative Labour Law & Policy Journal 1.
  • I. Campbell, M. Boese and J. Tham, ‘Inhospitable Workplaces? International Students and Paid Work in Food Services’ (2016) 51(3) Australian Journal of Social Issues 279–298.
  • J. Tham and K. Ewing, ‘Labour Clauses in the TPP and TTIP: A Comparison Without a Difference?’ (2016) 17(2) Melbourne Journal of International Law 369–403.
  • M. Anderson and J. Tham, ‘Dynamics of Electoral Expenditure and the “Arms Race” Thesis: The Case of New South Wales’ (2014) 49(1) Australian Journal of Political Science 84–101.
  • M. Boese, I. Campbell, W. Roberts and C. Tham J, 'Temporary migrant nurses in Australia: Sites and sources of precariousness' (2013) 24 Economic and Labour Relations Review 316-339.
  • I. Campbell and J. Tham, 'Labour market deregulation and temporary migrant labour schemes: An analysis of the 457 visa program' (2013) 26 Australian Journal of Labour Law 239-272.

Journal Articles - Refereed

  • C. Kelly, J. Sempill, and J. Tham eds., ‘Papers from the Symposium on the Centenary of the ILO: Democracy, Labour Law and Trade Unions’ (December 2019).
  • J. Tham, ‘Democracy before Dollars: The Problems with Money in Australian Politics and How to Fix Them’ (Papers on Parliament Lectures in the Senate Occasional Lecture Series and Other Papers, vol 70, December 2019) 23–38; (2019) 90(2) AQ: Australian Quarterly 20–32.
  • Y. Ng and J. Tham, ‘Enhancing the Democratic Role of Direct Lobbying in NSW’ (Discussion Paper prepared for the New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption, 2019).