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A New Synthesis of Public Administration: serving in the 21st century

Governing in Turbulent Times public lecture

Crises, cascading failures, and unpredictable shocks characterise the world we live in. Jocelyne Bourgon will map out an enabling framework for governing in the 21st century.

Jocelyne Bourgon has led ambitious public sector reforms as secretary to Cabinet for Canada. She is president of PGI (Public Governance International) and author of A New Synthesis of Public Administration: serving in the 21st century.


Jocelyne Bourgon | talks
Professor Eve Mitleton-Kelly | talks


Date and Time:

6 December 2011 at 6:30 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



Hong Kong Theatre
Clement House
London School of Economics and Political Science

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