In on the policy ground-floor

The James Martin Institute announces applications are open for grants to “outstanding academics undertaking applied policy research, or translating existing research for a policy audience.” But not just any outstanding public policy researchers. They have to be at, Uni Sydney, UTS or Western Sydney U – which are the NSW state government’s partners in the JMI.

Grants are for $100 000 max over two years and are for direct research costs.

JMI was established last winter “to bring academic experts into the early stages of policy making. By creating a trusted environment we can enable the contestability of ideas and neutralise vested interests”.


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