Innovators in Action 2013

Innovators in Action

Innovators in Action 2013

How governments and agencies are using market-based policies to improve services, become more efficient and reduce costs

While the public sector is expected to experience tepid economic recovery in 2013, policymakers at all levels of government are busy applying their lessons learned from the Great Recession. This means they’re seeking ways to reduce government spending and improve public service delivery for taxpayers. Reason Foundation’s Innovators in Action series, which profiles innovative policymakers in their own words, highlights good government efforts that are delivering real results and value for taxpayers.

Edited by Reason’s Leonard Gilroy, the Innovators in Action 2013 series profiles a range of innovators who have demonstrated leadership through action on privatization, competition, government re-invention and other market-based policy reforms designed to reduce the costs of government and deliver more value to taxpayers. Innovator interviews or self-penned articles will be added regularly throughout the year, so be sure to check back frequently for new content.

The Innovators in Action 2013 series profiles released to-date are listed below:

Earlier editions of Reason’s Innovators in Action are available here: