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ThePolicyLab Sep 22
JOB OPPORTUNITY: Auckland University is advertising a new position in NZ politics and policy, here is the link
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ThePolicyLab Sep 22
What supports innovation capacity in public sector organizations? Paper in IRAS provides some clues - by: Jenny M Lewis, and Erik-Hand Klijn -french version out now
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LSE Impact Blog Sep 21
The messy business of impact for the social sciences: fear and failure, stealth and seeds
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Michael Howlett Sep 19
Just out Discussion & Commentary - "Policy‑making and 'truthiness': Can existing policy models cope with politicized evidence and (willful) ignorance in a 'post‑fact' world?" by A. Perl, M. Howlett & M. Ramesh in Policy Sciences
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ThePolicyLab Sep 18
Has the enthusiasm around innovation and design thinking in the public sector reached its peak? Book now to hear from leading innovation thinkers at our Canberra workshop October 15.
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Arwin van Buuren Sep 18
This is how we assist European cities adapting to climate change: designing (in cocreation) innovative business and governance models for blue-green infrastructures that go beyond traditional public funding.
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ThePolicyLab Sep 18
Congratulations Jen on the incredible work you are doing, great story!
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ThePolicyLab Sep 17
Great new article from from on the barriers for women in politics in Australia. Research by Andrea together with Policy Lab Director Prof Jenny Lewis and
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OECD Governance Sep 17
Tell us how your organisation is innovating! 📣 Due to popular demand, in partnership with has extended the deadline for the Call for Innovations. 👉 New Deadline: 5 October 2018
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ThePolicyLab Sep 17
Sure, here you go! Abstract submission for the Annual Conference in Wellington, New Zealand (April 16-18) is now open at . Detail about the submission process and the panels on .
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ThePolicyLab Sep 17
Sure, here you go! Abstract submission for the Annual Conference in Wellington, New Zealand (April 16-18) is now open at . Detail about the submission process and the panels on .
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ThePolicyLab Sep 17
Congrats to all on this inaugural and especially to Dan for the idea and all the hard work!
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ThePolicyLab Sep 14
In case you missed it: As part of , a panel of public sector innovation experts presented for on "The Place of Public Sector Innovation Labs in Policy Systems."
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Sydney Policy Lab Sep 5
Can Australia save democracy for the world? Join us for our big new program launch on the evening of October 4th. All welcome. Details here:
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Brooke Struck Sep 14
What do citations measure? The eternal question (that we wish to eternally avoid)
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ThePolicyLab Sep 14
Call for papers for now open
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Gerard Breeman Sep 14
We are hiring! Full Professor of Public Administration with a focus on digitalization and public policy
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Social Sciences Week, Australia Sep 14
What a week it's been! But we're still not finished. One more event to go. Good luck to everyone talking part in the 'conversation about Islam' symposium at the Blacktown Arts Centre tomorrow.
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ThePolicyLab Sep 12
Codesign comes to . Exciting times ahead in HASS disciplines and for ⁦⁩ !
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ThePolicyLab Sep 12
Do you have an open attitude to immigrants and refugees? That might depend on where you live. New research note from
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