Australia and New Zealand Public Policy Network Conference 2022
The Public Policy Network is an informal collective of Australian and New Zealand scholars of public policy and public administration. The annual conference provides an opportunity for scholars at all career levels to meet and network in a single-stream (no concurrent sessions) format. Presentations can range from early stage research ideas to completed papers.
|Monday 31st January, 2022||Graduate Research Workshop|
|Tuesday 1st February, 2022 & Wednesday 2nd February, 2022||Main Conference|
Venue: Due to the uncertainty related to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 2022 Public Policy Network Conference will be hosted as a hybrid event. We will have a meeting room at our Clayton campus for Melbourne-based presenters to meet in person, subject to restrictions that may be in place at the time of the event. Presenters and audience members based outside Melbourne, and those based in Melbourne who are not able to meet in person, will be able to join the event via Zoom. We are not expecting presenters to travel for this event.
A graduate research workshop will be held on Monday, 31 January 2022. Presenters will be given more time to deliver their presentations, and dedicated discussants will provide personalised feedback.
Thanks to generous support from Monash University, there is no registration fee for this event.
Call for Papers
The call for papers for the 2022 Australia and New Zealand Public Policy Network Conference is now open! To submit your abstract proposal, please fill out the form using the link below.
The call for papers will close on 1 December 2021.
Please direct all queries to:
Associate Professor, Better Governance and Policy
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Better Governance and Policy
Better Governance and Policy at Monash University draws together research strengths from across faculties and disciplines and through external partnerships to advance the design and practice of governance and policy in Australia and the Asia-Pacific region. Better Governance and Policy facilitates the output of highly relevant, research-based contributions to discussions of contemporary issues in policy and governance and enables increased knowledge exchange and policy engagement locally, nationally, and internationally.
The Policy Studies Research Group
The Policy Studies Research Group is a specialist research group of the Australian Political Studies Association. Its role is to promote and advocate for research on public policy and administration across Australia and internationally. The Group accommodates allied and intersecting research interests from Public Administration, Political Science, Geography, Economics, Sociology, International Relations and beyond. It embraces diversity in participation from all career levels; from PhD students and early-career researchers to mid-career and senior scholars. It also welcomes those engaged in policy as practitioners in local, state and federal government.