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Researching Policy Articulated

Researchers around the world study and research public policy and publish in academic journals. This research is rarely read by people interested in policy or by policy practitioners. Randal Stewart chooses interesting and vital publications, reads a description of the study, the key points, the background to the research, the aim and methods of the study, its results and limitations. This is a podcast for those who desire to get the information in academic research but may be too busy to read it or simply want a professional analysis of its main findings.

info_outline Number 10 Intergenerational well-being: Baby boomers, generation X, and millennials in Australia 11/28/2021
info_outline Number 9 Climate Change 2021 The Physical Science Basis Summary for Policymakers 10/24/2021
info_outline Number 8 The Social State: From Transactional to Relational Public Services 10/03/2021
info_outline Number 7 Public Inquiries as procedural policy tools 09/10/2021
info_outline Number 6 A review of the evidence on developing and supporting policy and practice networks 08/04/2021
info_outline Number 5 Algorithmic regulation: A critical interrogation 07/08/2021
info_outline Number 4 Building Capacity for Evidence-informed Policy-making: Lessons from Country Experiences 03/26/2021
info_outline Number 3 Australia's Federation: post-pandemic playbook 02/10/2021
info_outline Number Two Success and Failure in Environmental Policy: The Role of Policy Officials 01/11/2021
info_outline Number One - Policy making in the Digital Age 12/08/2020
info_outline Introduction to the 'Researching Policy Articulated' podcast 12/08/2020
 
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