Public Governance in the Face of Disruptive Change: Public Administration for the 21st Century
Manuel Muñiz, Rafael Domenech, José Ramón Pin
On 31 May 2017, a meeting on public governance in the face of disruptive change was held at the Rafael del Pino Foundation, on the occasion of the presentation of the monograph that the magazine Información Comercial Española dedicated to this topic. Manuel Muñiz, Director of the Program on Transatlantic Relations at the Weatherhead Center for International Affairs at Harvard University; Rafael Domenech, Head of Macroeconomic Analysis at BBVA and Professor of Economics at the University of Valencia, and José Ramón Pin, Professor of Managing People in Organisations at the IESE Business School, took part in the event. Therefore, efficiency must come first in order to then increase the willingness of citizens to finance policies that can lead us to a more inclusive society, which can reduce inequalities and increase per capita income.
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