Experiments. Attitudes. The Future of Women at Work.

Our Lab has 3 main areas of focus

1. We use survey experiments to understand public opinion toward some of society’s most pressing public policy issues such as fake news, political trust and artificial intelligence

2. We do research on the Future of Women at Work to identify the barriers to achieving gender equality and inclusivity and to develop evidence-based best practice for the workplace

3. We examine the attitudes of Australians in relation to political and institutional trust, political outlooks and how these relate to attitudes towards a range of policy and societal issues

We provide new evidence based on original data which helps governments and other public bodies develop creative solutions to pressing policy problems.

Artificial Intelligence and Women

Melbourne MicroCert: Artificial Intelligence and Women

Be prepared for the future of work – understand how technology could impact your profession

Monday 19 July 2021

In our increasingly digital world, workplaces are transforming rapidly. Research shows that women could be disproportionately impacted by these shifts.

This Melbourne MicroCert explores how automation is changing the work we do, and the related gender trends and implications.

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Melbourne MicroCert: Artificial Intelligence Policies

Learn the importance of factoring AI into policy design and implementation

Monday April 26 2021

As artificial intelligence (AI) embeds itself across workplaces sector-wide, policy that factors in its social and cultural implications are increasingly important.

This Melbourne MicroCert explores the importance of policy design and implementation in responding to AI in workplace settings.

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Melbourne MicroCert: Artificial Intelligence Policies