CLICK HERE to read what Mr Iain Rennie (State Services Commissioner) has to say about State Sector Reform.This report is taken from Mr Rennie's recent talk with the IGPS in June.
CLICK HERE to read the 2014 Frank Homes Memorial Lecture by Julia Black.
CLICK HERE to read the full summary of the IGPS Symposium on Inequality: Causes and Consequences.
The Institute has a team of highly qualified Senior Research Associates, hand picked for their experitise and research capability. In addition, it also draws upon the acaedmic talent within the School of Government, the wider university and the many talented speakers it hosts to encourage debate on policy issues. More »
The IGPS conducts research across a wide range of topics in the broad areas of decision making, governance and management and public policy research. Ease of access ensures knowledge is shared and healthy debate encouraged.
Policy Quarterly is the journal of the Institute for Governance and Policy Studies. Published four times each year, it is targeted at readers in the public sector, including politicians and their staff. With compliments, it is available either online or as a hardcopy print magazine.
The Institute offers a wide range of niche and speciality publications on policy issues specific to New Zealand and the Pacific that can only be ordered via our bookstore. Notable topics include governance and the role of the state .
With 2014 being the 'Year of Applied Learning in New Zealand', the Institute is focused on offering practical and insightful speakers willing to share their research and offer workshops to aspiring policy makers keen to learn, adapt and challenge the status quo.