Building informal knowledge‐sharing relationships between policy makers and academics: Insights from a PM&C engagement project

Journal Article Annette Quayle and Bernadette Kelly outline a project to encourage knowledge sharing and engagement between academics and a policy team within the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet. The project was designed to enhance policy advice by drawing on a group of academics outside the policy ranks to act as a sounding … Continue reading Building informal knowledge‐sharing relationships between policy makers and academics: Insights from a PM&C engagement project

Knowledge sharing between policy makers and academics

Media article Maria Katsonis writes in The Mandarin summarising research from Queensland University of Technology and Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet which identifies various barriers from various perspectives to including academic expertise in policy-making. Various possible solutions are then offered. click here to read article