Crawford School of Public Policy at The Australian National University is Asia and the Pacific’s leading graduate public policy school.
Staff and students at the School play an essential role in shaping public policy through research, education and policy engagement.
Crawford School is home to some of the region’s most important researchers and many staff are active on government committees and in key advisory roles across government, business and civil society. Students at the School are valued members of the region’s leading public policy community and contribute actively to the impact being made on the world’s challenges surrounding such issues as water, food, energy, economic development, the environment, and governance.
Crawford School offers graduate degrees and executive programs in areas that include public policy, applied economics, public administration, and environmental management.
Crawford School is home to influential publications including the journal Asia and the Pacific Policy Studies, and publications such as East Asia Forum, Dev Policy Blog, Policy Forum, Solutions, and Advance.