Ariadne Vromen

Prof Ariadne Vromen


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I joined ANU in June 2020 as the new Bunting Chair of Public Administration in the Crawford School, a position that is co-funded by ANU and the Australia and New Zealand (ANZSOG) School of Government. I also lead ANZSOG’s research activities as Deputy Dean (Research), and am a member of Crawford’s Policy and Governance Department. I focus on research leadership to foster excellence in impactful and applied research, while continuing my existing research program in governance, public administration, and political sociology.


Research interests

My research interests include: citizen engagement, digital politics and governance, women and the future of work, policy advocacy, and young people and politics. In July 2020 I started an ARC Linkage project ‘Designing Gender Equality into the Future of Work’ with University of Sydney colleagues, that will contrast change and technological disruption in the retail and legal industries. I’m also currently working with long-term collaborators on two books: one on online petitions, citizen engagement and politics; the other on storytelling and policy advocacy.




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