The Policy Innovation Initiative is a ‘one-stop shop’ for policy research and expertise in the Faculty of Arts
The objectives of the Initiative are to:
- Provide a single location for accessing and connecting to the wide variety of policy research and expertise across the Faculty of Arts
- Support collaboration within and beyond the Faculty on the topic of policy innovation in both research and teaching
- Provide policy impact training
- Connect Faculty of Arts policy experts with industry, government and non-government organisations
Contacts and support
The Initiative is supported by:
- Chair: Dan Woodman, Deputy Associate Dean, Research Impact and Engagement
- Co-chair: Andrea Rizzi, Associate Dean Research
- Project management: Nathan Bond, Senior Research Project Coordinator, Faculty of Arts Research Office
- Business development support: Melinda Heron, Arts Business Development Manager
For further information, please contact Nathan Bond.
Enlisting the support of trusted sources to tackle policy problems: the case of anti-microbial resistance
This project tests the effects of trusted sources on citizens' trust in governments and policy.
Enhancing sleep and well-being in working families
This research project investigates the role of sleep on individuals' health.
World Values Survey – Indonesia
This research project seeks to understand Indonesians’ attitudes to social, cultural and political issues through the World Values Survey.
The Future of Women @ Work
Using the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) data, this report benchmarks Australian organisations and provides evidence-based policy advice to better integrate caregivers into employment.
The Intergenerational Transmission of Joblessness: The Power of the Family in Australia and Internationally
This project unpacks the mechanisms, channels and factors that drive joblessness from one generation to the next in Australia and across Europe, Asia and the United States.
Evaluation of Pre-Employment Card Implementation
This research project evaluates the implementation of Re-employment Card program – a major shift in the Indonesian government’s approach to helping jobseekers.