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Transparency, governance and government legitimacy were just a few items on the agenda when Alasdair Roberts sat down with CPI’s Katie Rose in Washington, DC recently.
Roberts, who heads up the UMass Amherst School of Public Policy, explains why he believes governments generally perform well when it comes to their fundamental responsibilities, but challenges remain in how they stay connected and relevant to their citizens.
The Public Impact Fundamentals - A framework for successful policy
This case study has been assessed using the Public Impact Fundamentals, a simple framework and practical too to help you assess your public policies and ensure the three fundamentals - Legitimacy, Policay and Action are embedded in them.
Learn more about the Fundamentals and how you can use them to access your own policies and initiatives.