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Governments on the edge – Surviving the financial crisis


Governments on the edgeAlthough there is no magic strategy that will turn the present global financial crisis into an unalloyed positive, governments around the world can find the seeds of long-term advantage in the decisions they make now.

According to this Deloitte "Point of View" report, governments will have to respond to this crisis the way many of them have responded to past crises—by discovering new ways to do more for less. Through innovation, reexamination of operational models, and thoughtfully directed support of key public- and private-sector institutions, they and the economies under their leadership can emerge as more efficient, competitive players in a post-crisis environment.


  • How is the public sector going to deal with the financial crisis?
  • Expanded role for governments after the financial crisis
  • How is the public sector going to reduce costs?
  • What are the challenges for the public sector?
  • Improvement of operational efficiency
  • Who will pay for it?
  • How can the public sector benefit from this financial crisis?

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