quinta-feira, 13 de setembro de 2012

Short-Course: Lobby Regulation and Political Ethics in Contemporary Government: Lessons from Experiences Around the Democratic World


Aberto para alunos de graduação e pós-graduação em Administração Pública e Governo da FGV/EAESP e público externo, o Centro de Estudos em Administração Pública e Governo (CEAPG) promove:

 

Mini-Curso:

Lobby Regulation and Political Ethics in Contemporary Government: Lessons from Experiences Around the Democratic World[1]

Professor Clive S. Thomas, Ph.D. Fellow no Thomas S. Foley Institute for Public Policy and Public Service,  Washington State University.

 

This short course will examine the strengths and weaknesses of interest group and lobby regulation in advancing political ethics and combating corruption in a country.  It will draw on lessons from around the democratic world including: the United States, Europe and Australia.  The course will provide an overview of the many choices that governments face in regulating lobbying.  The essence of the argument that will be presented is that lobby regulation is only one of several provisions that need to be in place to aid in advancing political ethics and public transparency.  The core of the argument presented, however, will be that laws and regulations must be based on a political culture foundation of the willingness to work to eliminate unethical and corrupt conduct.   

 

Data: 24/09 das 14:00h as 17:00h

Local: Fundação Getúlio Vargas – EAESP - Av. Nove de Julho, 2029 – sala 806

Inscrições até 22/09: enviar e-mail para giovanna.lima@gvmail.br com nome completo e RG.



[1] O mini-curso será ministrado em inglês e não haverá tradução simultânea.

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