Public Value
through Equity,
Efficiency
and Legitimacy

Subjects and Speakers

Each session’s topic seeks to promote an exchange of knowledge and experiences amongst participants, and to inspire new lines of research across borders.

The speakers are prestigious professors who have extensive teaching and research experience and whose work has been widely published in their respective fields. Sessions are structured around the presentation of articles, case studies, and work of the speakers themselves, presenting reviews of their work and the current state of issues involved.

CREATING PUBLIC VALUE USING PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

Akash Deep
Akash Deep
Senior Lecturer in Public Policy
Harvard Kennedy School of Government

ENHANCING INCLUSIVE PUBLIC SECTOR INNOVATION THROUGH PUBLIC MANAGEMENT

Elizabeth Linos
Elizabeth Linos
Emma Bloomberg Associate Professor of Public Policy and Management
Harvard Kennedy School of Government

ETHICS AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

Mathias Risse
Mathias Risse
Berthold Beitz Professor in Human Rights, Global Affairs and Philosophy and Director of the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy
Harvard University

MACHINE LEARNING AND BIG DATA ANALYTICS IN PUBLIC POLICY

Saghafian
Soroush Saghafian
Associate Professor of Public Policy (Management, Leadership, and Decision Making) Harvard Kennedy School of Government

TRUST AND SUPPORT FOR POLICY CHANGE ACROSS PARTIES AND LEVELS

Kessely Hong
Kessely Hong
Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and the Faculty Chair of the MPA Programs and the Mid-Career MPA Summer Program
Harvard Kennedy School of Government

DECISION-MAKING IN THE CHALLENGING WORLD OF PUBLIC POLICY

Roger Porter
Roger B. Porter
IBM Professor of Business and Government
Harvard Kennedy School of Government

POPULISM: BETWEEN INCLUSION AND TECHNOCRACY

Sebastián Royo
Sebastián Royo
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Professor of Political Science Department of Political Science

Clark University

THE PROBLEM OF POLITICAL LEGITIMACY

Arthur Applbaum

Arthur Applbaum
Adams Professor of Political Leadership and Democratic Values
Harvard Kennedy School of Governmenth

WRITING AND THINKING WITH AI: FROM EDUCATION TO ETHICS

Martin Puchner

Martin Puchner
Byron and Anita Wien Professor of Drama and of English and Comparative Literature
Harvard
University

 

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*Sessions are conducted in English and require active participation of all attendees. Required readings are also in English. For more details or questions, write to: iap.symposia@uam.es

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