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Linking “adaptive efficiency” with the basic market functions: a new analytical perspective for institution and policy analysis

This conceptual paper develops a new perspective linking the concept of “adaptive efficiency” with the allocative, discovery and creative functions of the...

Policy Forum Podcast: Who run the world?

Rejuvenating public policy

Reflections on advising government: a US perspective

IPAA ACT invites you to register for this ‘In Conversation’ event with Jessica Mathews. We will hear reflections from a lifetime of providing advice from inside and outside of the United States government. How to create a diversity of career experience within the public service, and the benefits this can bring to individuals and to the public sector, will be debated. This is a great opportunity to learn about and reflect on career opportunities in public policy.

Keynote speaker: Jessica Matthews, Distinguished Fellow, Carnegie Endowment for Peace

Nostalgia, nirvana and ‘unknown knowns’

The twin impulses affecting policy debates.

Crawford staff win major awards

Public policy outreach, service, and engagement excellence recognised.

Helen Clark to deliver Crawford Oration

2017 Crawford Australian Leadership Forum begins Sunday.

Asia-Pacific opportunities

ANU signs Double Degree Agreement in Public Policy with University of Tokyo.

A fair go for all: addressing social and health inequities in Australia and internationally

There is increasing concern among policymakers, civil society groups and the public about the widening differences in the social and health status of Australia’s most and least advantaged peoples. The lack of improvement in addressing these inequities reflects many political and policy challenges which occur throughout the policy process – how issues get onto the agenda, policy formulation, implementation and assessment. Understanding and acting on these challenges will be a key step forward to achieving more equitable health outcomes for all Australians.

Say what you mean, mean what you say

Shallow conversations are leaving us with second-rate public policy

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