Why has been public policy as a discipline lagging behind legitimate expectations of citizens? What are the causes of failing governance at national, European, and global level? I offer answers to both questions in an eponymous chapter, published in De Vries, M. S., Juraj Nemec, J., Junjan, V. (eds.): 2020. The Choice Architecture behind Policy…
Author: Martin Potůček
University professor, public and social policy analyst, consutant and journalist
Visit to Nihon University
I attended the international symposium “State and Market in the Eurasian Emerging Countries. Comparative Studies on China, Russia, and Central-Eastern Europe” on 25 January 2020. I gave the requested lecture “The State and Market in the Post-Communist Czech Republic” and participated in the final panel discussion summarizing the most important findings.