‘Has Australia lost its success mojo?’
Come along to this ANZSOG-curated session discussing the learnings from a new ANU Press book ‘Successful Public Policy: Lessons from Australia and New Zealand’. Edited by ANZSOG-affiliated academics Joannah Luetyens, Michael Mintrom and Paul ‘t Hart, the book is part of a global project looking at why our society seems so fixated on public policy failures, instead of celebrating and learning from success.
Professor Michael Mintrom (Monash University) will be present to give us the key take-aways from the project. Meanwhile, our facilitator Gill Callister (ANZSOG Associate Dean), Dr Stephen Duckett (Grattan Institute) and Associate Professor Clare Wright (La Trobe University) will engage each other and you in a vigorous and interactive discussion on whether Australia’s best successes are behind us or we still have plenty of courage and the capacity to dream large.
Who Are The Speakers?
Why Should I Attend?
Understand the impact public policy will have on Australians in the future.
Understand the current issues facing public policy makers in Australia and New Zealand.
Discuss society’s current expectations of the public sector when making public policies.
Who Should Attend?
Public sector professionals working, or with an interest, in public policy
People from the private and not-for-profit sectors wanting to better understand the challenges of public policy, its failures and its successes
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