CrowdLaw, collaborative transformation. public-private collaboration
Victoria Alsina is a Democracy Fellow at the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the Harvard Kennedy School, where she leads research on CrowdLaw, the practice of using technology to open parliaments, governments, and public institutions to collective intelligence at each stage of the law and policymaking cycle to improve the quality, effectiveness and legitimacy of the resulting laws and policies. As a member of the Transparency Policy Project, she contributes to research on empowering patients through data and technology. At the Harvard Kennedy School, she is also Fellow at the Mossavar-Rahmani Center for Business & Government, where she leads the projects “Creating new conceptual and analytical frameworks to study public-private collaboration” and “Collaborative governance and urban transformation.” As an international consultant, she has advised numerous governments, organizations and private institutions, including the OECD, the European Union and the Inter-American Development Bank, on issues related to public sector reform, public-private collaboration, collaborative governance and democratic innovation. She holds a BA in Political and Administration Sciences from Pompeu Fabra University, an MPA from the Autonomous University of Barcelona, an MA in Public Management from ESADE Business School, and a PhD in Political and Social Sciences from Pompeu Fabra University.
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