Public policy professional development scholarships

New program offers scholarships to ANU PhD scholars for Executive Education courses.

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Public policy professional development scholarships

Environmental and resource economics for non-economists

In this course, Dr Paul Burke and Professor Quentin Grafton will teach you how economic approaches can be used to sustainably manage valuable, but often under-priced, environmental assets.

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Environmental and resource economics for non-economists

Writing policy: a workshop for practitioners

This workshop is designed to improve participants’ capacity to evaluate policy documents and build their ability to write effective policy.

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Writing policy: a workshop for practitioners

Evidence based policy: a workshop for practitioners

This course will introduce the concepts and practice of evidence based policymaking and provide valuable insights and practical examples.

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Evidence based policy: a workshop for practitioners

Policy processes for practitioners: an introduction

This workshop will give you an overview of the core elements required in policy development, including policy frameworks, the importance of evidence-informed analysis, finance and budgeting and effective policy communication.

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Policy processes for practitioners: an introduction

Beginner's guide to microeconomics for the public sector

In this course economic beginners are introduced to key microeconomic principles, theories and terminology to further their understanding of individual, household and firm-level financial decision-making.

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Beginner's guide to microeconomics for the public sector

Demystifying statistics for policymakers

This practical course will help you learn more about the statistics you use, and give you the skills and confidence to use them.

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Demystifying statistics for policymakers

Executive education

Professional development through short courses

Crawford School's executive education is your pathway to professional development. Executive education gives you access to a diverse range of short courses, Masterclasses and tailored or bespoke programs developed for Government. Courses are delivered by world-class experts drawn from experienced PS practitioners or academics and researchers of international repute who are responsible for advising on, evaluating, managing or crafting public policy to meet the key challenges confronting regional, national, and global communities.

Public policy professional development scholarships (PPPDS)

Crawford School of Public Policy Executive Education (CSEE) make course spots available, on a trial basis, in the Autumn 2014 Executive Education calendar, to enable ANU PhD students to attend Executive Education courses on public policy topics.

Graduate degree programs for Australian and international students

In addition to executive education, Crawford School also offers a wide range of graduate degrees across public-policy relevant areas.

Connect with the public policy community

Ensure you keep current with public policy relevant research, education, events and news.

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