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October 1, 2010
10th Annual Program on Law and State Government Fellowship Symposium
Public Entrepreneurship in State Government

Speaker: Featuring state officials and academic experts on government financing
Time: 9am - 3pm
Location: Wynne Courtroom (Room 100), Inlow Hall, 530 West New York Street, Indianapolis, IN 46204
Contact: Contact Arika Bellat arlbell@umail.iu.edu

The 2010 Program on Law and State Government Fellows will examine innovative business models used by state governments in providing public services. Following an assessment of state governments’ current systems, the Fellows will identify successful, real-world examples of service coordination and delivery from Indiana and other states. Examples such as privatization, revenue generation beyond taxation, and social entrepreneurship will be explored. State governments’ use, or potential to benefit from modern research, including intrinsic motivation and commons research will also be examined. A broad range of government efforts toward service delivery, from providing services to children with disabilities to education to judicial reform, will be considered. Additionally, the Fellows will consider what changes to Indiana laws and procedures at each level of government would be needed to move toward more successful models for providing public services. 

2010 PLSG Fellows

  • Erin Albert , Indiana University School of Law–Indianapolis J.D. candidate May 2012
  • Melissa Stuart , Indiana University School of Law–Indianapolis J.D. candidate May 2011

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