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Regina Silvia Pacheco is Bachelor in Architecture and Urbanism at Universidade de São Paulo (1979), MSc in Development and Urban Studies at Universite de Paris-Est (1981) and PhD in Development and Urban Studies at Universite de Paris-Est (1985). Regina Pacheco has been a permanent professor at Getulio Vargas Foundation in Sao Paulo since 1988. Under Cardoso's two terms (1995-2002) she was Dean of ENAP National School of Public Administration. At the same period, she acted as deputy member of Brazilian Government at CLAD Iberoamerican Council for Public Administration and Development. Since 2015, she has been member of CLAD's Scientific Council. From 2008 to 2015, she participated at the Scientific Council of the Brazilian Annual Conference of Public Administration. From 1990 to 1992 she performed as the Executive Secretary for an innovative association of municipalities - the Grande ABC Consortium. In 2008, she was responsible for the design of the first Brazilian mid-career Master in Public Policy and Management, launched by FGV, and she coordinated this Program from then to 2017; this Master obtained full certification by IIAS in 2014. She was member of the Editorial Board of PAR Public Administration Review, from 2014 to 2018. She leads the first Fellowship in Public Sector Human Capital (2018-2019). Regina Pacheco is member of UN'CEPA United Nations Committee of Experts on Public Administration, under the term 2017-2021. Resesarch fields: State reform, public-private collaboration, regulatory agencies, performance management in the public sector, public services delivery, people's management in public sector, engagement by no-monetary incentives, senior civil servants and high appointees. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Few developing countries understand the production of medicines as an industrial strategy as Brazil. These countries are usually discouraged to adopt industrial policies for this sector given the associated costs; on the other hand, they are encouraged to promote access to medicines. How can this dilemma be balanced? How can innovations in public policies in Brazil contribute to underst...
The contracting of results is seen as a major instrument of the 1980's and the 1990's reforms. It is providing managerial flexibilities for public organizations and in return, provides goals and results to be pursued (Jann & Reichard, 2002). However, the effectiveness of contracting out the results as a mechanism to increase the performance of government is not consensus in the literat...
This short term internship at the Department of Development Studies at the London School of Economics is focused on complementing the postdoctoral study on the Economic-Health Industry Complex in Brazil and was considered in the postdoctoral proposal financed by Fapesp. It will take up to one month and will offer an opportunity collect data from a developed country experience with publi...
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