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Annual Symposium 2020 Guidelines Background The Annual Symposium is the Academy’s flagship event and is intended to promote discussion and debate on an important issue in the social sciences and to influence public policy. The Symposium falls within the Academy’s Public Forums & Communication (PF&C) program, managed by the PF&C and assisted by the Public […]
Professor Brian Head wins 2019 Routledge Prize for Outstanding Contribution to Public Management Research
The Academy congratulates Professor Brian Head FASSA, who has been awarded the annual prize of the International Research Society for Public Management. Titled the Routledge Lifetime Achievement Award for Public Management Research (IRSPM), the prize was conferred at the IRSPM conference in Wellington on 17th April 2019. This is the first occasion on which the […]
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Cry me a river Going beyond the crisis response: building trust and maintaining legitimacy in environmental flows A National Workshop Melbourne Law School 27-28 November 2017 Report to Academy of social Sciences Australia Erin O’Donnell*a, Avril Horneb, Lee Goddena and Brian Headc Click here to read Cry me a river ASSA report *Corresponding author email: […]
The Academy is inviting Fellows to submit proposals for 2017 ASSA Symposium by Sunday 31 July 2016. While all details of the proposal do not need to have been finalized by the time it is submitted, proposers will need to have identified the Symposium conveners, reference group and the core theme. Please note that the […]