ANZSOG is a resource for journalists seeking analysis and commentary on education and research relevant to the public sector.

The purpose of our research is to address key contemporary issues in public administration, policy development and management where information is lacking.

ANZSOG has international experts willing and available to talk with the media on a wide range of issues relating to the public sector. Our experts can comment topics such as:

  • Public administration
  • Public sector management
  • Public policy
  • Organisational behaviour
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  • Qualitative and quantitative reporting
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  • Case teaching.

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News & Media

New ANZSOG/ANU Press book “Learning Policy, Doing Policy” to bring theory and practice together

Published Date: 22 June 2021
The latest volume in the ANZSOG/ANU Press series, Learning Policy, Doing Policy, explores how policy theory is understood by practitioners and ...

News & Media

ANZSOG’s Catherine Althaus appointed Extraordinary Professor at the University of Pretoria

Published Date: 21 June 2021
ANZSOG Deputy Dean (Teaching and Learning) Professor Catherine Althaus has been named an Extraordinary Professor at the University of Pretoria ...

Opinion

“What does Jeremy Think?”: The value of public service

Published Date: 09 June 2021
Sir Jeremy Heywood was the greatest British public servant of his generation – confidant and troubleshooter for both Conservative and Labour Pri...

Opinion

Regulatory capability – reflecting on what makes a ‘good regulator’

Published Date: 09 May 2021
Jarrod Cowley-Grimmond For many people, the idea of ‘regulation’ suggests investigations and prosecutions, or what I like to think of as the ‘l...