Australia and New Zealand School of Government

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ANZSOG was established in 2002 as a unique initiative of governments, universities and business schools. Australian and New Zealand governments recognised the need for a world-class centre to provide tailored learning opportunities for future public sector leaders. ANZSOG’s ultimate purpose is to achieve better outcomes for society by enhancing the public sector’s capacity for good public policy and effective administration. In doing so, the School plays a key role in promoting public service as a profession of great social value.

Link to organisation: http://www.anzsog.edu.au/

Source Acronym: ANZSOG

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Conference paper
29 September 2016

A theoretical and empirical exploration of gender, power and family violence in the context of the Victorian Royal Commission into Family Violence.

Discussion paper
19 July 2016

Edited transcript of a seminar on an Australian road freight policy initiative trialled in Sweden.

Book
15 July 2016

This collection of essays presents the ideas of academic researchers, policy practitioners and thought leaders to address a variety of emerging issues facing policymakers, public sector...

Book
10 July 2016

This publication offers an easy-to-follow, step-by-step guide, that incorporates the many practical tips needed for successful public service procurement activity.

Working paper
21 December 2015

A conversation about how government budgeting can be both flexible and accountable from ANZSOG scholars Dr Michael Di Francesco and Professor John Alford.

Working paper
18 August 2015

A practitioner-accessible summary of recent empirical research on co-production with a sample of 1,000 Australian adults. Focuses on co-delivery in the areas of health, neighbourhood safety and...

Journal article
26 June 2015

This report details the efforts of an international research team to build a Web Observatory for the South Australian government - an exercise in web informed policymaking.

Discussion paper
9 April 2015

This monograph explores contestability in public services as a way of using competitive tension to drive substantially better value for money.

Working paper
16 March 2015

Professor Richard Mulgan asks whether openness can be a more powerful tool than secrecy in serving the public interest.

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Journal article
5 December 2016

A review of evaluations of disaster recovery efforts, mostly focusing on grey literature. Advocates for a national post-disaster recovery evaluation framework.

Journal article
1 September 2016

Systematic review of the models available for predicting asbestos-related mesothelioma, with a focus on what works best for current built-environment asbestos exposure.

Journal article
29 June 2016

A systematic review of the empirical evidence on financial incentives for long-term natural resource management practice change.

Journal article
23 May 2016

What evidence is there for the effect of outcome-based contracts in human services?

Journal article
16 February 2016

An assessment of the quality of evidence for the 'youth foyer' model of addressing youth homelessness.

Journal article
10 November 2015

Systematic review of 41 studies looking at the impact of Welfare to Work reforms on the wellbeing of parents and their children.

Journal article
17 August 2015

An evidence review of interventions for overweight and obesity in Australian and New Zealand surface transport industries (i.e. truck, rail, bus).

Journal article
19 June 2015

Former public servant Dahle Suggett reviews the evidence on school autonomy and student outcomes for ANZSOG's Evidence Base journal.

Journal article
24 September 2014

What techniques are currently being used for electronic gambling machine harm minimisation, and do they work?

Journal article
17 April 2014

This review of 112 papers from 1979-2014 suggests that smaller class sizes in the first four years of school can have an important and lasting impact on student achievement, especially for...

Journal article
30 March 2014

Jeff Borland of the University of Melbourne looks at the evidence for various types of active labour market programs in Australia, uncovering some important lessons for policymakers.

Journal article
12 November 2013

Abstract

This paper explores the concept of collaborative care, particularly in relation to a range of new models of organisation and service that are emerging in response...

Report
5 November 2013

This report provides a study of the perceptions of senior men and women about the cultural and systemic barriers affecting the recruitment, retention and promotion of senior women in six...

Journal article
5 June 2013

This article reviews the regulation of alcohol advertising (and its effectiveness) in Australia and three comparison countries - and finds some disappointing regulatory failures.

Journal article
28 February 2013

Restorative justice has been enthusiastically embraced in many justice systems as an alternative to incarceration for young adult and Indigenous offenders. But how well does it work?

Journal article
13 January 2013

Reviewing work-life policies and practices that are likely to have the greatest impact on work-life outcomes, this paper presents Australian and international research on work-life interaction....

Journal article
18 December 2012

This review makes a series of critical observations regarding the evaluation process, using political science and anthropological frameworks to analyse the role of evaluation in the Intervention...

Journal article
20 September 2012

This issue presents an overview of the early intervention policy landscape in Australia, and then looks to the literature in order to answer two questions: firstly, what factors affect the...

Report
27 August 2012

This preliminary report is based upon a desktop search of apps (completed in two stages during Feb-June 2012), some extracts from the draft discussion paper From explanation to engagement:...

Journal article
19 July 2012

In order to address problems often associated with disadvantaged public housing estates, this article reviews eleven primary studies that examine the impact of social mix on public housing estates...

Video lecture/presentation

Politicians are increasingly presenting the concept of localism as the panacea to all our wicked problems yet there remains considerable puzzlement across levels of government as to what it...

Content Associated with Australia and New Zealand School of Government

Journal article
24 February 2016

Investigates heterosexual couples' time use, income and employment data from before and after the birth of their first child.

Journal article
7 December 2015

ANZSOG-funded research on the use of wider economic impacts (WEIs) to adjust standard cost-benefit analyses in transport infrastructure projects

Journal article
19 June 2015

Former public servant Dahle Suggett reviews the evidence on school autonomy and student outcomes for ANZSOG's Evidence Base journal.

Journal article
27 May 2015

ANZSOG research exploring the features of public budgeting that make it resistant to efforts to balance central oversight and situational flexibility.

Journal article
27 May 2015

An empirical look at Australian citizen co-production behaviours, focusing on the areas of neighbourhood safety, health and environment.

Report
5 November 2013

This report provides a study of the perceptions of senior men and women about the cultural and systemic barriers affecting the recruitment, retention and promotion of senior women in six...

Report
25 July 2007

This collection of papers is concerned with issues of policy development, practice, implementation and performance. It represents a range of views about diverse subjects by individuals who are,...

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