A four-day workshop designed as a public sector manager’s guide to key economic principles and their application to public sector programs, issues and policies.
Ross Guest, Griffith Business School Professor of Economics, leads the workshop and emphasises:
The broad aim is to help public sector managers make better decisions in allocating scarce resources, and to design and deliver policies and programs more effectively.
ANZSOG is offering this post-graduate level micro-credential workshop in two modes – accredited and non-accredited.
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At the end of the workshop, participants will be better equipped to:
Executives, managers and officers in the public sector seeking to design and deliver programs and policies more effectively, to understand principles of economic evaluation of public sector programs, and to make better decisions in allocating scarce resources.
ANZSOG encourages public sector leaders to recommend this course to colleagues and staff who are seeking to advance their skillset in the application of economic analysis to public sector policies, programs and issues.
Ross Guest is Professor of Economics in the Griffith Business School at Griffith University, a Principal Fellow with the Higher Education Academy, and an adjunct professor at the Australia and New Zealand School of Government. Prof Guest holds a PhD in Economics from the University of Melbourne.
He is the Editor-in-Chief of the International Review of Economics Education and an author of two textbooks. His primary field of research is population economics, on which he has published many articles and has received four Australian Research Council grants. He has completed a number of consultancies for government agencies in Australia and New Zealand.
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