Research impact in government – three crucial elements you will need for success

Blog Post: Anthony Boxshall writes for Integration and Implementation Insights, sharing his three takeaways from decades of experience discovering the less visible ‘stuff’ that helps (or hinders) the uptake of research findings into government policy. read the post here

Practical tips to foster research uptake

Blog post: Emily Hayter and Verity Warne write for Integration and Implementation Insights on some practical ways that researchers and policy makers can work together to foster more systematic uptake of research in policy making. Click here to read blog post

Building a research impact culture

Blog Post: In this post for Integration and Implementation Insights, Louise Shaxon considers how getting the research culture right can foster different and sometimes unexpected types of impact. These issues emerged from review of a number of case studies exploring the interaction between researchers and policymakers with the aim of finding a relationship between specific … Continue reading Building a research impact culture

The challenge of sound public policy

Speech transcript: In this speech delivered at the ANU Crawford School of Public Policy in 2019, Sally Moyle reflects on the challenges facing the public service in delivering sound public policy, and how the academic community can rise to the vision of former Chancellor, Sir John Crawford. This speech was part of the launch of … Continue reading The challenge of sound public policy

How to influence policy making in a political world

Slides: These slides were presented by Quentin Grafton at the Public Policy and Societal Impact Hub's Policy Masterclass on 7 November 2019, How to influence policy making in a political world. The Masterclass included presentations and a Q&A with: Danielle Donegan (Branch Manager, Tertiary Policy, Department of Education)Quentin Grafton (Professor of Economics, ANU)Nick Hartland (First … Continue reading How to influence policy making in a political world

Stocktake of Australian Innovation Precincts

Report: This February 2019 report from the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science presents a holistic look at active, emerging and planned innovation centres, hubs and precincts across Australia, encompassing a wide variety of focus sectors and disciplines. click here to read the report

What’s so wicked about wicked problems?

Media Article: For The Mandarin, Maria Katsonis briefly summarises a Policy and Society paper by B Guy Peters (University of Pittsburgh). The article draws on key arguments about the high level of use, or abuse, of the concept of wicked problems in a policy context. click here to read

ISRIA statement: ten-point guidelines for an effective process of research impact assessment

Journal article: This statement systematises expert knowledge and practitioner experience from designing and delivering the International School on Research Impact Assessment (ISRIA). It brings together insights from over 450 experts and practitioners from 34 countries, who participated in the school during its 5-year run (from 2013 to 2017) and shares a set of core values … Continue reading ISRIA statement: ten-point guidelines for an effective process of research impact assessment