VOL. 6, NO. 3, PGS. 1–15


Creating Good and Just Societies
A conversation with Mark H. Moore

This interview was conducted by Javier Toro.

Mark H. Moore has just retired as a Professor of Strategic Public Management at the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. He was previously the Hauser Professor of Nonprofit Organizations and the Guggenheim Professor of Criminal Justice Policy and Management at the Kennedy School, the Herbert Simon Professor of Educational Organizations at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a Visiting Professor at the Harvard Business School. Among other publications, he is the author Creating Public Value: Strategic Management in Government and Recognizing Public Value: Towards a Public Value Accounting System.

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What are the proper ends of government in democratic political systems? Is the purpose of government to satisfy individuals?

As you know, there are many words used to describe the “proper ends of government in democratic political systems.” We say, for example, that the goals of a democratic government should be to “advance the general welfare of the society,” or to “promote the common good”, or to “create liberty [...]

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