ANZSOG supports innovative, cutting-edge research into public policy and strategic management issues for the benefit of government and the public sector.
If you are proposing an analysis or discussion of existing evidence informing decision-making, please contact George Argyrous, the Managing Editor of Evidence Base journal. The journal funds grants of $10,000 to authors reviewing the empirical evidence on policy areas of interest to our member governments.
ANZSOG is currently reviewing its research strategy under the leadership of new Research Committee Chair Professor Glyn Davis. While work is continuing on the exact details of this strategy, it will see ANZSOG increase its yearly pool of research funding from $250,000 to $750,000, while seeking to involve ANZSOG’s government owners and university partners more directly in the research process through matched funding arrangements and shared definition of priority research projects.
At this stage, the 2018 funding round has been postponed until the new research strategy is finalised. ANZSOG will announce the details of a collaborative research symposium in late 2018, with a view to allocating research funding in 2019.