Welcome to Crawford School of Public Policy

15 June 2021

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Professor Renée Fry-McKibbin is an economist in the Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis (CAMA) and Interim Director at Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University. She is the Co-Director of the Finance and Macroeconomy Research Program, the Commodities and the Macroeconomy Research Program and the COVID-19 and the Macroeconomy Research Program within CAMA. She is a Research Associate of the Research Project in Forecasting at George Washington University, the Norwegian Centre for Macroeconomic and Petroleum Analysis (CAMP), and formerly at the Cambridge Finance and Policy (CFAP) at the University of Cambridge (2008-2012).

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Crawford School of Public Policy is the region’s leading public policy school, located in one of the world’s great universities. It has decades of strong and deep links with the public service, the non-government sector, and governments and governance institutions worldwide. Its collegial atmosphere provides an unparalleled student experience both on campus and in the online environment. And the School’s world leading scholars combine a commitment to excellence in research and teaching, with frank and fearless policy advice and public engagement.

Crawford School is a special place and a unique institution, and I am proud to lead as Interim Director in 2022.

If you are reading this and considering studying a public policy field, or thinking about how a policy degree might help take your career to the next level, then you can be confident that there is no better choice than Crawford School.

Since its establishment in 2005, Crawford has brought together students from Australia, the Asia-Pacific and beyond, all of whom share a determination to gain the expertise and capability they need to make positive change in the world.

Students at Crawford are part of a close-knit community working alongside our scholars and professional staff. The relationships formed while studying at Crawford are enduring, and countless students have gone on to leadership roles within and beyond government all around the world. Study with us online or in person and you will be in good company.

If you are reading this because you are looking for answers to our many contemporary public policy challenges, then look to the evidence of our outstanding research, focused on Australia, the Asia-Pacific, and beyond. Crawford School has country expertise across the region, strength in depth in international, transnational and comparative aspects of policy, and a unique concentration of researchers concerned with integrity of our public policy and governance systems. Our proximity to Parliament, our long-standing and strong relationships with the public service and non-government sector, and our commitment to using our expertise to change the world for the better makes us an institution that policymakers trust in and can work with.

But maybe you’re reading this because, like so many of us, you look at the world around you and the challenges it faces – from the global pandemic, to climate change, poverty, or policy stagnation – and wonder where the solutions are going to come from. If so, be assured that everyone here at Crawford shares your concerns and we know that sustainable solutions must come from all of us working together.

Almost every day our experts are engaged in sharing their research and insights, and engaging with politicians, policymakers, and the public to test our findings, identify unanswered questions, and shape new programs of work. Our innovative engagement with multiple audiences locally, regionally and globally, and our use of social media, has created a thriving network of widely read and hugely influential blogs, and popular and engaging podcasts.

Crawford is one of the elite global public policy schools. Whether you want to study here, work with us, learn from us, or engage with us, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to the School.

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