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Salud colectiva

Print version ISSN 1669-2381On-line version ISSN 1851-8265


MATUS, Carlos. School of Government. Salud colectiva [online]. 2007, vol.3, n.2, pp.203-212. ISSN 1669-2381.

On May 27, 1998, Carlos Matus gave his second and last conference at the School of Economic Sciences of the University of Buenos Aires. He took up the argument of the first conference about the essential links between science and politics to arrive at what came to be the cause of his worries and one of his main contributions: government and how to build more government capability. It is precisely his proposal to create schools of government that focuses on the actor -the one who explains, knows, and makes estimations based upon an action plan- and enables the formation of the techno-political stratum of a society addressing the central issue -i.e., poor government capacity-, on the basis of horizontal action sciences and, in particular, the social game theory.

Keywords : Government Programs; Government; Techniques; Universities; Education.

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