Public Policy Reforms

                                      Extensive planning, extensive support.

Neither good policies nor good investments are likely to emerge and be sustainable in an environment with dysfunctional institutions and poor governance. It is clear that reforming public institutions is a complex and difficult task, both technically and politically. Institutional reform involves fundamental changes in the rules of the game for a large number of civil servants and private citizens. Such changes are likely to require long-term high-level commitment, in-depth knowledge, extensive support and assistance, which is what we help to provide at Preston. [collapse collapsed title='see more']


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