Implementing Public Policy with Prof. Matt Andrews
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About The Event
Please join us for a talk given by HKS Professor Matt Andrews with a pre-talk reception featuring drinks and light refreshments.
Matt Andrews is the Edward S. Mason Senior Lecturer of Public Policy at Harvard Kennedy School. Professor Andrews focuses on how governments develop and implement policies in the face of complex challenges. He has been studying this topic for more than two decades, through action research methods in over 25 countries. This research has yielded significant new understandings of how governments can address their most challenging problems. His work has led to the creation of new management methods and tools for governments to employ (including Problem Driven Iterative Adaptation, or PDIA). These tools are used in governments across the world, often through engagements with Andrews’ Building State Capability Program at Harvard’s Center for International Development. Andrews holds a BCom (Hons) degree from the University of Natal, Durban (South Africa), an MSc from the University of London, and a PhD in Public Administration from the Maxwell School, Syracuse University
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