How Can We Reverse the Diminishing Trust Between the Public & Our Leaders?  

How Can We Reverse the Diminishing Trust Between the Public & Our Leaders?

 

Building Trust with Policy Makers
Summary
“Good policies that emanate from say the G20 and lack reinforcement within global jurisdictions inevitably lead to intangible results and public dissatisfaction.”
Details
Despite the enormous work and diligent efforts put forth by policy makers, there remains a diminishing trust between the policy makers, the real economy participants and the public as a whole.

While, so many of the policies are well thought out and may be appropriate within certain jurisdictions, it is difficult for policies to be global in scope. International political issues, national and sectarian interests often impede the execution of well-rounded policies.
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SOLUTION
Details
The solution lies in the development of an Implementable Policy Formula (IPF). This is a process that includes three necessary components leading to the successful implementation of these policies. “Implementation” has been one of the common objectives of the 2015 Turkey B20 Conference thereby, inspiring the development of the IPF.
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Summary
“The solution lies in the development of an Implementable Policy Formula (IPF)”
BENEFITS
Summary
“The Digital Economy is a policy initiative that meets the IPF. It is a common theme across global policy makers, has validation from the ground level and the commitment from industry leaders to implement.”
Details
The Digital Economy emerged as a common theme across 5 task forces at the 2015 Turkey B20.These task forces included, SME & Entrepreneurship, Financing Growth, Infrastructure & Investment, Employment and Trade.

The voice of the real economy participants has been heard through a comprehensive assessment known as the G20 Nations Case Study.
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