Last updated: February 2021


Wiseman, H. Hope and Courage in the Climate Crisis: Wisdom and Action in the Long Emergency, Palgrave Macmillan, London, 2021, forthcoming)
McBride, S. and Wiseman, J. (eds.) Globalisation and its Discontents, Macmillan, London, 2000
Cohn, T., McBride, S. and Wiseman, J. (eds.) Grounding Globalisation, Macmillan, London, 2000
Wiseman, J. Global Nation: Australia and the Politics of Globalisation, Cambridge University Press, Melbourne, 1998
Wiseman, J. ed. Alternatives to Globalisation: An Asia Pacific perspective, CAA/Oxfam International, Melbourne, 1997
Dalton, T., M. Draper, M., Weeks, W. and Wiseman, J. Making Social Policy in Australia: An Introduction, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1996
Camilleri, J. Christoff, P., Frankel, B., Watts, R., and Wiseman, J. New Economic Directions for Australia, PIT Press, Melbourne, 1988

Book chapters

Wiseman, J. ‘Imagination, Bravery and Action: The Great Energy Transition of the 21st Century’ in Blashki, G. and Sykes, H. eds. Climate, Health and Courage, Future Leaders, Melbourne, 2020
Coenen, L., Campbell, S. and Wiseman, J. ‘Regional Innovation Systems and Transformative Dynamics: Transitions in Coal Regions in Australia and Germany’, in Isakesen, A., Martin, R. and Trippl, M (eds), New Avenues for Regional Innovation Systems – Theoretical Advances, Empirical Cases and Policy Lessons, Springer, London, 2018
Wiseman, J. ‘Art in a Harsh Climate: Pathways to a Just and Resilient Post-Carbon Culture’ in Abrahams, G.; Gellatly, K.; & Johnson, B. (eds) Art+Climate=Change, MUP, Melbourne, 2016
Alexander, S. and Wiseman, J. ‘The Degrowth Challenge: Reducing energy and resource consumption as an essential component in achieving carbon budget targets’ in Garcia, E, Martinez-Iglesias, M. and Kirby, P (eds), Transitioning to a Post-Carbon Society: Degrowth, Austerity and Wellbeing, Macmillan Education, 2016
Wiseman, J. ‘Lost in translation: knowledge, politics and power’ in Carey, G., Landvogt, K. and Barraket, J. (eds) Creating and Implementing Public Policy, Routledge, London, 2016
Wiseman, J. ‘Roads Less Travelled: Reflections on Fifty Years of Arena Conversations about Ecological Politics’, in John Hinkson, Paul James, Simon Cooper, Alison Caddick, Melinda Hinkson and Dan Tout, Cold War to Hot Planet, Arena, December, 2016
Edwards, T. and Wiseman, J. ‘Post-Carbon Economy Transition Strategies: Roadmaps, Roadblocks and Theories of Transformational Change’ in Bumpus, A., Tansey, J., Henriques, B. and Okereke, C. (eds). Carbon Governance, Climate Change and Business Transformation, Routledge, London, 2015
Wiseman, J., Karoly, D. and Sheko, A. ‘Cool Melbourne: Towards a Sustainable and Resilient Zero carbon City in a Hotter World, in Whitzman, C., Gleeson, B. & Sheko, A. Melbourne: What Next? Research Monograph No. 1, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, The University of Melbourne, 2014
Wiseman, J., Edwards, T and Luckins, K. ‘Pathways to a sustainable and resilient urban future: economic paradigm shifts and policy priorities’ in Pearson, L. Newton, P. and Roberts, P. Resilient Sustainable Cities: A Future, Routledge, 2014
Wiseman, J. ‘Imagine 2033: How we achieved rapid transition to a just and resilient post carbon society’ ‘in Sykes, H. (ed) A Love of Ideas, Future Leaders, Melbourne, 2014.
Wiseman, J. ‘Lead the way or lose the lot: Climate change challenges and solutions for Australia’ in Lyons, M. ed. Pushing Our Luck: Ideas for Australian Progress, Centre for Policy Development, Sydney 2013.
Wiseman, J. and Edwards, T. ‘Climate change, resilience and transformation: Challenges and opportunities for local communities’, in I. Weissbecker (ed.) Climate Change and Human Wellbeing: Global Challenges and Opportunities, Springer, NY, 2011.
Davern, M., West, S., Bodenham, S. & Wiseman, J. ‘Community Indicators in Action: Using Indicators as a Tool for Planning and Evaluating the Health and Wellbeing of a Community’ in Sirgy, J., Phillips, R. & Rahtz, D. (Eds), Community Quality-of-Life Indicators, Best Cases V. Springer: New York, 2011
Fritze J. & Wiseman J. ‘Climate Justice: Key Debates, Goals and Strategies’ in J. Moss (ed), Climate Change and Social Justice, MUP, Melbourne, 2009
Wiseman, J. ‘Designing public policy after neo-liberalism’ in Smythe, P. Reddel, T. and Jones, A. (eds.) Community and Local Governance, UNSW Press, Sydney, 2005
Wiseman, J. ‘Growing Victoria Together’: The challenges of integrating social, economic and environmental policy directions at State and regional levels in A. Rainnie and M. Grobelaar. eds New Regionalism in Australia’, Ashgate, London, 2005
Hill, M. and Wiseman, J. New directions in community strengthening’ in J. Wiseman, Local Government Leadership and Community Strengthening, Cranlana Program, Myer Foundation, Melbourne, 2005
Wiseman, J. ‘ Broadening and deepening democracy: Learning from recent experiments in citizen and community engagement’, in Patmore, G. (ed.) Labour Essays, 2004, Pluto, Sydney.
Wiseman, J. ‘Turning the Titanic: Policy Making After Neo Liberalism’ in S. McBride, L. Dobuzinskis, M.Griffin Cohen and J. Busumtwi-sam (eds) Global Instability: Uncertainty and New Visions in Political Economy, Kluwer, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, 2002
Wiseman, J. ‘All for one and one for all? The past and future of the Australian welfare state’ in A. McMahon, J. Thomson, and C. Williams (eds) The Australian Welfare State: Key Documents and Themes, Tertiary Press, Croydon, 2000
Wiseman, J. ‘From work for all to work for the dole’ in Quinn, M. and Weeks, W. (eds.) Issues Facing Australian Families (3rd edition), Longman, Melbourne, 1999
Wiseman, J. ‘Alternative globalisation strategies’ in McBride, S. and Wiseman, J. (eds.) Globalisation and its Discontents, Macmillan, London, 1999
Wiseman, J. ‘Here to stay? Strategic implications of the 1997 Australian Maritime dispute’ in Cohn, T., McBride, S. and Wiseman, J. (eds.) Grounding Globalisation, Macmillan, London, 1999
Wiseman, J. ‘Alternatives to oppressive globalisation’ in Lelio Basso International Foundation, Prize for Economic and Political Alternatives, Lelio Basso Foundation, Rome, 1998
Wiseman, J. ‘Room to move: alternatives to globalisation’ in J. Wiseman, ed. Alternatives to Globalisation in the Asia Pacific Region, CAA/Oxfam International, Melbourne, 1997
Wiseman,J. ‘Which hills are the lights on now? Labor, community and social movement politics in Australia’ in Inglis, J. (ed.), Government, public administration and community participation, Pluto, Sydney, 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘Community Economic Development in Canada’ in Vanerveld, E. An Overview of Local Enterprise Development in the OECD 1980-1994, Brotherhood of St. Laurence, Melbourne 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘National Social Policy in an Age of Global Power? Lessons from Canada and Australia’ in Pulkingham, J. and Ternowetsky, G. (eds.) Remaking Social Policy: Staking Claims and Forging Change, Fernwood, Toronto, 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘All for one and one for all? The past and future of the Australian welfare state’ in Wilson, J. , McMahon, T. and Thomson, J. (eds) The Australian Welfare State: Key Documents and Themes, Macmillan, Sydney, 1996
Hudson, R. and Wiseman, J. ‘The fat man cometh? The initial policy directions of the Victorian Liberal/National Party government’ in Spoehr, J. and Broomhill, R. (eds.) Altered States: The Impact of Free Market Policies on the Australian States, Centre for Labour Studies, University of Adelaide, 1995
Wiseman, J. ‘Beyond Safety Nets and Springboards: The Challenges of Australian Income Security Policy’ in Weeks, W. and Wilson, J. (eds) Issues Facing Australian Families, Longman Cheshire, Melbourne, (revised edition) 1995
Wiseman, J. ‘The Labour Party’s Reason for Existence: The Development of the Victorian Social Justice Strategy’ in Considine, M. and Costar, B. (eds.) Labor in Victoria, MUP, Melbourne, 1992
Wiseman, J. ‘Beyond Safety Nets and Springboards: The Challenges of Australian Income Security Policy’ in Batten, R. , Weeks, W. and Wilson, J. (eds) Issues Facing Australian Families, Longman Cheshire, Melbourne, 1990
Wiseman, J. ‘Labour, Social Justice and the Welfare State: Implications of the Victorian Social Justice Strategy’ in Social Policy Research Centre, Proceedings of the National Social Policy Conference-1989, SPRC Reports and Proceedings, Sydney, 1989
Wiseman, J. ‘The role of the public sector in education policy and programs’, in Tregillis, S. (ed.) The Role of the Public Sector in Australia’s Economy and Society, Labor Resource Centre, Melbourne, 1987
Wiseman, J. ‘The relationship between employment and environmental issues in Melbourne Conserver Economics Group, An Economic Strategy for Social Change and a Sustainable Society, Melbourne Conserver Economics Group, 1986

Refereed articles

Workman, A., Blashki, G., Bowen, K., Karoly, D., and Wiseman, J., 2020 ‘Political Leadership on Climate Change: The Role of Health in Obama-Era U.S. Climate Policies.’ Environmental Research Letters, Vol. 15, No.10
Anita Talberg, Sebastian Thomas and John Wiseman, ‘A scenario process to inform Australian geoengineering policy’, Futures, 2018
Annabelle Workman, Grant Blashki, Kathryn J. Bowen, David J. Karoly & John Wiseman ‘Health co-benefits and the development of climate change mitigation policies in the European Union, Climate Policy, 2018 DOI: 10.1080/14693062.2018.1544541
Katie Hayes, Grant Blashki, John Wiseman, Suzie Burke and Lennart Reifels, ‘Climate Change and Mental Health, Risks, Impacts and Priority Actions’, International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 2018, 12:28
Annabelle Workman, Grant Blashki, Kathryn J. Bowen, David J. Karoly and John Wiseman, ‘The Political Economy of Health Co-Benefits: Embedding Health in the Climate Change Agenda’, Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2018, 15, 674
John Wiseman, ‘The great energy transition of the 21st century: The 2050 Zero-Carbon World Oration’, Energy Research and Social Science, 35 (2018) 227-232
Thomas Spencer, Michel Colombier, Oliver Sartor, Amit Garg, Vineet Tiwari, Jesse Burton, Tara Caetano, Fergus Green, Fei Teng & John Wiseman, ‘The 1.5°C target and coal sector transition: at the limits of societal feasibility’, Climate Policy, 2018 18:3, 335-351
Workman, A.; Blashki, G.; Karoly, D.; Wiseman, J. ‘The Role of Health Co-Benefits in the Development of Australian Climate Change Mitigation Policies’, Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 2016, 13, 927.
Wiseman, J. ‘Accommodating New Perspectives’, Griffith Review, Edition 52, 2016
Wiseman, J. ‘Roads Less Travelled: Reflections on Fifty Years of Arena Conversations about Ecological Politics’, Arena Journal, December, 2016
Rickards, L., Kashima, Y., and Wiseman, J. ‘Barriers to effective climate change mitigation: the case of senior government and business decision makers.’ Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change 2014, 5(6): 753-773
Rickards L, Ison R, Fünfgeld H, Wiseman J, 2014, “Opening and closing the future: climate change, adaptation, and scenario planning” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 32(4) 587 – 602
Rickards L, Wiseman J, Edwards T, Biggs C, 2014, “The problem of fit: scenario planning and climate change adaptation in the public sector” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy 32(4) 641 – 662
Wiseman, J., Edwards, T. and Luckins, K. ‘Post carbon pathways: A meta analysis of 18 large scale post carbon economy strategies’, Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions, June 2013.
Kippen, R., McCalman, J. and Wiseman, J. ‘Commentary on ‘Population Dynamics and Climate Change: What are the Links and Issues for Development’, Journal of Public Health, June 2010.
Fritze, J., Wiseman, J. and Williamson, L. ‘Community engagement and climate change: Learning from recent Australian experience’ International Journal of Climate Change Strategies and Management, Vol. 2 No. 2 2010.
Cox, D., Frere, M., West, S. and Wiseman, J. ‘The development and use of community wellbeing Indicators: Learning from Community Indicators Victoria’, Australian Journal of Social Issues, May, 2010
McDonald-Wilmsen, B., Gifford S., Webster, K., Wiseman, J. & Casey, S. ‘Resettling Refugees in Rural and Regional Australia: Learning from Recent Policy and Program Initiatives’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, 68 (1): 97-111, 2009
Wiseman J. and Nolan T. ‘Climate transformation: the next revolution in public health?’ Journal of Public Health, 30 (4): 362-363, 2008.
Bourke, S., Blashki, G., Fritze, J. and Wiseman, J. ‘Hope, despair and transformation: climate change and the promotion of mental health and wellbeing’, International Journal of Mental Health Systems, 2: 13, 2008
Brasher, K. and Wiseman, J. ‘Community Wellbeing in an unwell world’, Journal of Public Health Policy, Vo. 29, No. 3, 2008, pp. 353-365
McMahon, J., Wiseman, J. and Zubrick, S. ‘Individual, organisational and community level indicators of mental health and wellbeing’, Health Promotion Journal of Australia, December 2007
West, S., Bertone, S. and Wiseman, J. ‘Mainstreaming Change: Learning from Community Strengthening in Victoria’, Just Policy, Ed 41, September 2006, pp. 34-42
Wiseman, J. ‘Local Heroes: Learning from Recent Community Strengthening Initiatives in Victoria’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 65, No. 2, June 2006, pp. 95-107
Winter, A. and Wiseman, J. ‘University-Community Engagement in Victoria: Achievement, Possibilities, Challenges and Dangers’, Australasian Journal of University Community Engagement, Vol 1, Spring 2005, pp. 1-11
Adams, D. and Wiseman, J. ‘Navigating the Future, The Development and Implementation of Growing Victoria Together’, Australian Journal of Public Administration, Vol. 62, No. 2, June 2003, pp. 11-23
Hewitt, A. and Wiseman, J. ‘Memory, Reflection, Imagination and Action: Advocacy and Social Action Strategies in a Globalising World’ Just Policy, No.19/20, September 2000
Wiseman, J. ‘Here to stay? The 1997-1998 Australian waterfront dispute and its Implications’ in Labour and Industry, Vol. 9, No. 1, August 1998
Wiseman, J. ‘Life on the global racetrack’ Australia and the politics of globalisation’ in Just Policy, June 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘A Kinder Road to Hell: Australian Labor and the Politics of Progressive Competitiveness’ in The Socialist Register 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘The future of work debate after Working Nation’, Labour and Industry, Vol. 6, No. 1, 1994
Wiseman, J. ‘Red or Green? The German Ecological Movement’ in Arena, 68, 1984
Considine, M.,Watts. R., Dalton. T. and Wiseman, J. ‘Regional Policies: Critique and Alternatives’ in ‘Regional Journal of Social Issues’, No. 15, December 1984
Wiseman, J. ‘Power Handout at the Family Centre’ in Arena, 51, 1978

Non refereed articles and posts

Jotzo, F and Wiseman, J. 2020 ‘The end of coal fired power can be managed or messy’, Sydney Morning Herald, 26 February
James, P., Young, B., Gleeson, B. and Wiseman, J. ‘What actually is a good city?’ The Conversation, July 12, 2017.
McLeod, T. and Wiseman, J. ‘Company directors can be held legally liable for ignoring the risks from climate change’ The Conversation, November 4, 2016
Wiseman, J. and Chomley, F. ‘Wrong Way Time: Climate Change, Ecology and Art at the Venice Biennale, CLIMARTE Newsletter, 24 February 2016
Pollard, S.; Gleeson, B.; and Wiseman, J. Cities and climate action after Paris, Atrium, Melbourne School of Design, University of Melbourne, October, 2016
Wiseman, J. ‘The verdict on the Paris climate agreement’, December 13 2015
Wiseman, J. ‘Cities lead the way to a zero carbon world’, December 14, 2015
Wiseman, J. ‘10 priorities after Paris’, December 10, 2015
Wiseman, J. ‘Climate emergency and climate justice: The view from China and India’
December 2, 2015
Wiseman, J. ‘Paris Climat 2015: Overview of Events’, November 16, 2015
Wiseman, J. and Chomley, F. ‘Satoyama Dreaming: Art, environment and resilience in Echigo Tsumari’, 28 September 2015
Wiseman, J. and Chomley, F. “Wrong way time” at the Venice Biennale, December 15 2015
Wiseman, J., Karoly, D and Sheko, A. ‘Cool Melbourne, Whichever party wins the election climate change is urgent’, The Guardian, October 1, 2014
Wiseman, J. and Frape, G. ‘Looking back from 2030: how the climate war was won’ in The Conversation, June 24, 2013
Wiseman, J. ‘Avoiding climate disaster: what would visionary and decisive climate leadership look like in Australia?, The Voice, Vol. 9, No. 7, July 8, 2013,
Wiseman, J. ‘Happiness: The Real Purpose of Economic Development’ The Conversation, August 24, 2011
Rickards, L. and Wiseman, J. From probability to possibility: using scenarios to get our heads around climate change, The Conversation, June 9, 2011
Edwards, T. and Wiseman, J. Sleepers Wake: With courage we can build a post carbon Australia, The Conversation, May 30, 2011
Edwards, T. and Wiseman, J. Climate change, catastrophe and transformation: The necessity and possibility of a post carbon future, Arena Magazine, April 2011
Edwards T, Fritze, J & Wiseman J. 2009. ‘Community Wellbeing in a Changing Climate: Challenges and Priorities for the Australian Community Sector; Just Policy, 50: 80-86.
Wiseman J. & Edwards T. 2009. ‘Community health and wellbeing in a changing climate: challenges and priorities for the health sector in Victoria’. Health Issues Journal, 2009 (99): 10-15.
Langmore, J. and Wiseman, J. ‘Progress and Wellbeing: More than GDP and Tax Cuts’, Insight, January, 2008
Wiseman, J. Climate Change and Social Justice: Towards an Australian Research and Policy Agenda, Just Policy, No. 46, December, 2007, pp 8-11.
Wiseman, J. ‘Rediscovering the Politics of Co-operation’ in Arena Magazine, No. 70, April-May 2004
Nichols, D. and Wiseman, J. ‘Finding Common Ground: Community Building projects can make a difference, Eureka Street, Vol. 13, No. 6, July-August, 2003, pp. 24-26
Wiseman, J. ‘Godzilla Must be tamed’ in The Age, February 12, 1999
Wiseman, J. ‘Yes Mrs Thatcher There are Alternatives’ in Arena Magazine, May 1997
Wiseman, J. ‘Review of Considine, M. Public Policy: A Critical Approach, Macmillan, South Melbourne, 1994 for Australian Political Science Review, 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘Internetionale’ in Arena Magazine, No. 22, April May 1996
Wiseman, J. The Labor Legacy in Australia, Centre for Research on Work and Society Working Paper No. 11, CRWS, York University, Toronto, 1995
Wiseman, J. Review of Rees, S. and Rodley, G. (eds.) The Human Costs of Managerialism, Pluto, Sydney, 1995 in Frontline, No. 34, April 1996.
Wiseman, J. ‘In search of Commandante Marcos’ in Frontline, No. 34, April 1996
Wiseman, J. ‘Globalization is not Godzilla’ in Frontline, No. 26, July 1995
Wiseman, J. ‘Canadian coalitions- Australian possibilities’ in Frontline, No. 25, June 1995
Wiseman, J. ‘NAFTAmath: Canada’s bitter experience in the free trade wars’ in Arena Magazine, April/May, 1995
Wiseman, J. ‘The price of competition? Lessons for Australia in the Dismantling of Canada’s Welfare State’ in Just Policy, No. 2, March 1995
Wiseman, J. ‘Restoring Full Employment? Responding to the Commonwealth Government Green Paper on Full Employment ‘, in Left Connections May, 1994
Wiseman, J. ‘Work and Income in Australia: Time for a New Debate’ in Policy Issues Forum, December, 1992
Wiseman, J. ‘Welfare beyond slogans’ (Review of Beilharz, P. , Considine, M. , and Watts, R. Arguing About the Welfare State, Allen and Unwin, Sydney, 1992.) in Australian Book Review, August 1992
Wiseman, J. ‘Options for a New Work Ethic’ in The Age, October 23 1992
Wiseman, J. ‘The Search for Common Ground’ in Poverty Watch, August 1991
Wiseman, J. Review of ‘Children and the Future of Work’ by L. Crossely (Brotherhood of St. Laurence, Melbourne 1990) in Children Australia, Vol. 16 No. 2, 1991
Wiseman, J. Review of ‘Whose Keeper? Social Science and Moral Obligation’ by A. Wolfe (University of California Press, Berkeley, 1989) in Prometheus, Vol. 9, No. 1, June 1991
Wiseman, J. ‘Defend and Create: Towards a Strategy for the Social and Community Services Sector’ in Policy Issues Forum, October, 1990
Wiseman, J. ‘Threats and possibilities in the housing interest rate debate’ in VCOSS Noticeboard, June 1989
Wiseman, J. From Charity to Industry’ in ACOSS Impact, December 1988
Wiseman, J. ‘The Future of Full Employment’ in Equity, September 1988
Wiseman, j. ‘Clearing the Ground: Privatisation and Democratisation’ in Labour Resourcer, Vol. 8, No. 4, April 1988
Wiseman, J. ‘Beyond The Cross of Iron: The Economics of Military Spending’ in New Internationalist, September, 1986
Wiseman, J. ‘Widening the Privatisation Debate’ in Labour Resourcer, Vol. 6., No. 1, March, 1986
Wiseman, J. ‘Lights in the Darkness? Australian politics after the Nuclear Disarmament Party’ in Chain Reaction, Winter, 1985
Wiseman, J. ‘The Peace Movement in Europe’ in Arena, 70, 1985
Wiseman, J. ‘The Kiwi and the Cockatoo: Australian and New Zealand Foreign Policy’ in Arena, 69, 1984
Wiseman, J. ‘Out of the Swamp: Some Thoughts on PND Strategy’ in Flashpoint , Vol. 1, No. 2, August 1984
Wiseman, J. ‘One City’s Fight to Keep Jobs’ in Australian Society, May, 1984
Probert, B. and Wiseman, J. ‘Unofficial Peace Groups in Eastern Europe: An Outline of Some Recent Developments’ in The Peace Movement in Eastern Europe, People for Nuclear Disarmament, Melbourne, 1983

Reports and monographs

Wiseman, J., Workman, A., Fastenrath, S. and Jotzo, F. After the Hazelwood coal fired power station closure: Latrobe Valley regional transition policies and outcomes 2017-2020, CCEP Working Paper 2010, 2020
Wiseman, J. Workman, A. and Plinke, C. 2020 ‘Zero-carbon economy transition opportunities and priorities: Implications for the development of an Australian Carbon Transition Commission, Centre for Policy Development, March 2
Wiseman, J. Workman, A. and Plinke, C. 2020 ‘Zero-carbon economy transition strategies: Literature Survey, Centre for Policy Development, March 2
Jotzo, F., Malouz, S and Wiseman, J. Coal Transition in Australia, Crawford School of Public Policy, ANU, 2018
Wiseman, J. Australian climate change trends, risks and opportunities Australian Environmental Grantmakers Network, 2018
Wiseman, J. Campbell, S. and Green, F. Prospects for a “just transition” away from coal-fired power generation in Australia: Learning from the closure of the Hazelwood Power Station, CCEP Working Paper 1708, Crawford School of Public Policy, Australian National University, November 2017
Gleeson, B.; Pollard, S. and Wiseman, J. Cities and climate action after Paris: key opportunities and priorities, MSSI Briefing Paper, MSSI, University of Melbourne, June 2016
Wiseman, J. Submission to: Commonwealth of Australia, Senate Inquiry on Retirement of Coal Fired Power Stations, November 8, 2016
Idil Gaziulusoy, Paul Twomey, John Wiseman and Chris Ryan, “Future Finance and Business Potential for Disruptive Contributions to Urban Decarbonisation and Resilience”, Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab, University of Melbourne, September 2015
Alexander, A., Nicholson, K. and Wiseman, J. ‘Fossil Free, The Development and Significance of the Fossil Fuel Divestment Movement’, Issues Paper, No. 4, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, University of Melbourne, 2014
Wiseman, J. Edwards, T. and Luckins, K. ‘Post Carbon Pathways: Towards a Just and Resilient Post Carbon Future’, Centre for Policy Development and Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute, Melbourne, April 2013
Wiseman, J. and Edwards, T. ‘Post Carbon Pathways: A critical overview of plans and strategies for achieving a rapid transition to a just and sustainable post carbon future’, Melbourne Sustainable Society Institute and Centre for Policy Development, March 2012
Wiseman, J., Biggs, C., Rickards, L. and Edwards,T. Scenarios for Climate Adaptation Final Report, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, University of Melbourne, June 2011
Wiseman, J., Biggs, C., Rickards, L. and Edwards, T. Scenarios for Climate Adaptation: Guidebook for Practitioners, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, University of Melbourne, June 2011
Wiseman, J., Biggs, C., Rickards, L. and Edwards, T. Scenarios for Climate Adaptation: Policy Implications, Victorian Centre for Climate Change Adaptation Research, University of Melbourne, June 2011
Wiseman, J. ‘Dancing with Strangers: Understanding the Parallel Universes of Academic Researchers and Policy Makers’, SSA/ANZSOG Discussion Paper No. 11, May 2010
Edwards, T. and Wiseman, J. ‘Liveable and Just: A toolkit for local government to address the social and equity impacts of climate change’, Victorian Local Governance Association, Melbourne, 2010
Biggs, C., Ryan, C. and Wiseman, J. ‘Distributed systems: A design model for sustainable and resilient infrastructure’, Distributed Systems Briefing Paper No. 3, Victorian Eco Innovation Lab, University of Melbourne, March 2010
Edwards, T. and Wiseman, J. ‘Climate Change and Community Engagement: Analysis of DSE Initiatives 2006 – 2009’, Report for Department of Sustainability and Environment, May 2009
Edwards, T, Wiseman, J. and Williamson L. ‘Liveable and Just’, Discussion Paper, Victorian Local Governance Association, May 2009
Fritze, J. Williamson, L. and Wiseman J. ‘Community Engagement and Climate Change: Benefits, Challenges and Strategies’, Report for Department of Planning and Community Development, January 2009
Edwards, T. and Wiseman, J. ‘Mapping Climate Change and Community Engagement at DSE: 2006-2009’, Report for the Department of Sustainability and Environment, Victorian Government, June, 2009
Robson, B. and Wiseman, J. ‘Disadvantage and Inequality in Metropolitan Melbourne’, Melbourne Community Foundation, December 2009
Biggs, C., Ryan, C., Wiseman, J. and Larsen, K. ‘Distributed Water Systems: A networked and localised approach for sustainable water services’. Distributed Systems Briefing Paper No. 2, Victorian Eco Innovation Lab, University of Melbourne, September 2009
Gifford, S., McDonald, B., Webster, K. and Wiseman, J. ‘Refugee resettlement in regional and rural Victoria: Impacts and policy issues’, VicHealth, 2008
Brasher, K. and Wiseman J. ‘Community Wellbeing in an Unwell World’, Policy Signpost No. 1, McCaughey Centre, University of Melbourne, 2007
Heine, M. ,Salvaris, A. , Langworthy, A.,Mclean, N., Pyke, J., Raysmith, R. and Wiseman, J. ‘Measuring Wellbeing, Engaging Communities’, Final Report of the Victorian Community Indicators Project, Victoria University, July 2006
Muirhead, B, Winter, A. and Wiseman J, University Community Engagement Strategies, Victorian Department of Education and Training’, Melbourne, 2005
Wiseman, J. ed. ‘Local Government Leadership and Community Strengthening’, Cranlana Program, Myer Foundation, Melbourne, 2005
Sheehan, P. and Wiseman, J. ‘Investing in the West: A Region in Transition’, Victoria University, Melbourne, 2004
Salvaris, M. and Wiseman, J. ‘Community Wellbeing Indicators’, VicHealth, February 2003.
Carson, l. and Wiseman, J. Stakeholder engagement options and strategies for Oxfam/Community Aid Abroad, May 2003
Wiseman, J. ‘Learning about Innovation and Balance: Report on international policy trends’, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Victorian Government, November 2001
Wiseman, J. ‘Globalisation, fragmentation and the future of social policy and community services’ for Community Child Care, 1997
Wiseman, J. ‘Critical overview of outcomes of the first two years of the Kennett Government in Victoria’ for Social Justice Research Foundation, Adelaide, 1994
Wiseman, J. ‘Trade and Industry Policy Options.’ ACOSS, 1992
Wiseman, J. ‘Review of ‘Radical Social Work Today’ by M. Langan and P. Lee (Unwin Hyman, London, 1989) in Impact, May, 1990
Fensham, R. and Wiseman, J. ‘Crossroads: Community Arts and Community Development’, Community Arts Network, Victoria, 1989
Watts, R. and Wiseman, J. ‘From Charity to Industry’: Papers of the Conference on the Future of the Social and Community Services Industry, PIT Press, Melbourne, 1989
Wiseman, J. ‘Return to Full Employment’, ACOSS Discussion Paper, ACOSS, Sydney, 1988
Wiseman, J. ‘Submission to Commonwealth Social Security Review on Changes to Unemployment Benefits’, VCOSS, 1988
Wiseman, J. ‘Review of ‘London Under Attack-The Report of the Greater London Area War Risk Study’ (Basil Blackwell, Oxford, 1986) in Urban Policy and Research, Vol. 5, No. 3, 1988
Wiseman, J. ‘Towards the Burning’ in Australian Book Review, October, 1984
Wiseman, J. Employment Policy Agenda, Australian Council of Social Service, October, 1987
Wiseman, J. The Communications Challenge: The Future of Telecom, Australian Telecom Employees Association, Melbourne 1987
Wiseman, J. Regional Policy-Who Benefits? Western Region Council for Social Development, September, 1985
Wiseman, J. Submission to Commonwealth Inquiry into Local Government Finance Commonwealth Department of Local Government for Department of Local Government, 1985
Wiseman, J. Employment and Labour Market Policy Options, Western Region Council for Social Development, July 1984
Wiseman, J. Critique of Regional Policy, Western Region Council of Social Development, 1984
Wiseman, J. Economic and Employment Strategies of the Greater London Council, Phillip Institute of Technology, 1984
Wiseman, J. Peace and Disarmament: An Annotated Bibliography, Monash University, Department of Politics, 1983
Wiseman, J. Work Experience Schemes in Youth Services, Department of Community Welfare Services, August, 1982
Wiseman, J. Towards a Radical Praxis With Unemployed Youth Department of Social Work, Melbourne University, 1978
Wiseman, J. Employment of Disabled People In The Western Region of Melbourne, Health Commission, 1978
Wiseman, J. Organisational Analysis of Support Work Opportunity Program, Brotherhood of St Laurence, 1978