Public Policy Design


The aim of the Public Policy Design SIG is to advance interest in and the use of OR in improving public policy design at local, regional, national and international levels.

The SIG brings together a wide range of interested parties to cross-fertilise ideas, develop initiatives and share knowledge and skills from OR and related professions that are relevant to the field of public policy, particularly relating to open and inclusive formats of collaborative engagement in planning.

The SIG’s initiatives are agreed by the committee and include training events and planning workshops. The SIG aims to promote the contribution of OR to public policy in ways that resonate with the needs of policy practitioners and integrate with related professions. Membership is open to all individuals and encourages representatives from all communities.

Committee details

Ine Steenmans Chair
Ian Mitchell Secretary
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Opportunities for methodological pluralism in public policy design Catherine Hobbs 22/10/2019 1.00  
The significant loose ends of systemic leadership? A personal story of complexity, systems thinking, OR, innovation and the scope for public policy learning Catherine Hobbs 03/10/2018 1.0  
Good Enough for Government work Ian Mitchell FORS 26/11/2017 1.0  
Feel the 'Pain' Prof. Colin Eden 12/01/2016 1.0  
Mind the Gap - bridging the gap between analysis and implementation Peter Miles 12/01/2016 1.0