Institute of Intergovernmental Relations

Institute of INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
Institute of INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS

When Public-Private Partnerships Make Sense:    
Two Basic Observations

We’re pleased to announce that the IIGR’s 2015 MacGregor Lecture is now available online. 

The title of the lecture is When Public-Private Partnerships make Sense: Two Basic Observations, and was given by José A. Gómez-Ibáñez, who is the Derek C. Bok Professor of Urban Planning and Public Policy at Harvard University, where he holds a joint appointment at the Graduate School of Design and the John F. Kennedy School of Government. 

The Kenneth MacGregor Lectureship was established by Queen’s University in 1982 in honour of Kenneth R. MacGregor, who was a member of the Queen’s board of Trustees. Mr. MacGregor had a distinguished career in public service and insurance, serving as the federal Superintendent of Insurance and, subsequently, as President of Mutual Life Assurance of Canada. The endowment from which the lectureship is funded was created by a gift from Mutual Life and friends of Kenneth R. MacGregor.

For a full list of past MacGregor Lectures

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