PolicyLink strengthens the existing leadership of the University’s Faculty of Arts in policy‐related research and external engagement, focusing on enhanced visibility, coordination, and support
PolicyLink cultivates strong links between high‐quality academic expertise and policy‐relevant partners in ways that directly inform policy improvements across a wide range of substantive policy areas.
PolicyLink fosters robust, visible, and accessible networks of policy‐oriented researchers and their external partners, providing those networks with tailored and flexible support.
Within PolicyLink, researchers benefit from strong networks, focused mentoring, skills training, small grant opportunities, and institutional support.
External partners benefit from user‐friendly ways to locate, and liaise with, policy‐oriented researchers across a wide range of disciplines within the Faculty of Arts.
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.
Korean Australian Survey
This project is a series of longitudinal surveys and interviews of Korean-born populations in Australia.
International Digital Policy Initiative
The International Digital Policy Initiative considers the role of digital policy in the age of global interdependence.
Asian Australian COVID-19 Surveys
This project is composed of a series of online surveys and interviews targeting Asian-heritage populations in Australia to understand the challenges and strategies going through COVID-19.