Wellbeing Approach to Public Policy – where to? Webinar # 4
Dr Girol Karacaoglu - Head of School of Government, Victoria University of Wellington
Dr Karacaoglu also holds the position of Professor of Policy Practice. He comes to Victoria after five years with the New Zealand Treasury as Chief Economist and Deputy Secretary (Macroeconomics, and International Economic Research).
In his roles at Treasury, Dr Karacaoglu's focus was on promoting an integrated economic, environmental and social approach to policy advice that aimed to improve the standard of living for current and future New Zealanders on an equitable and sustainable basis.
Date: 21 October, 2020 Time: 7:30 to 9 PM
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Meeting ID: 895 8669 3823 Passcode: 564338
Dr Karacaoglu was involved in the initial thinking behind the current Wellbeing Budget Process in the NZ Treasury, a world leading initiative to expand Treasury thinking beyond a sole economic and financial perspective.
Join us for a discussion of how this initiative came about, what the challenges were, how far we have come, and where the process is heading. Dr Karacaoglu will make a presentation and respond to questions from participants.
Background Article by Dr Karacaoglu READ IF POSSIBLE PRIOR TO WEBINAR
Real-World Economics Review – issue 9229 Jun 2020 ... I LOVE YOU – investing for intergenerational wellbeing. Girol Karacaoglu. Pg 207
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