KP Webinar

Breaking the cycle of discontinuity: an indicator of public policy institutionalization

May 17, 2018, 10:00 am EDT



About the webinar

A large contributing factor to the inconsistency of the economy and politics in developing nations may be attributed to the discontinuity of public politics. So how do we institutionalize public policy? In this Clinic Webinar, the Centro de Liderança Pública (Center of Public Leadership) from Brazil, will present an indicator they have developed to measure the degree of potential for institutionalization of public policies. The purpose is to highlight this issue and incentivize change into more stable development.

They will discuss the structure of their framework and its methodology, as well as some challenges that lie ahead. They invite us to comment and nurture their framework and model with our own experiences.


About the speakers

DanielDaniel Bourghardt
Daniel is a graduate student intern at Centro de Liderança Pública (CLP) in São Paulo, Brazil, where he is working on the project of the Indicator of Institutionalization. He has a bachelor degree in Political Science and Economics from Lund University, Sweden and is currently studying his masters in International Relations and Political Science at Stockholm University.


FabioFabio Ono
Fabio Ono is the director of leadership development at Centro de Liderança Pública (CLP) in São Paulo, Brazil. Fabio is an economist, master in Development Economics and MBA in financial management. His past experience includes entrepreneurship and support to small and micro enterprises, global market intelligence, strategic planning for State government, production planning, foreign trade and capital project assessment for oil exploration and production, pulp and paper and mining industries, for companies including Sebrae, Alcoa, 3M, Santander Bank, Independent Project Analysis (IPA) and IBM.



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