Reforms in the Human Capital of the Public Administration –
Italy in the Post Coronavirus Era

By
Dr. Konstantina Skenteri
Professor of Finance & Economics at the Swiss School of Management

The last decades have witnessed an increasing necessity to invest in human capital development and upgrade human capital management.

Nowadays, governments around the world are facing an enormous challenge: guiding people through a deadly ndemic that has killed hundreds of thousands, turned over the lives of billions more and led to economic disaster. In the midst of so much uncertainty, there are potential solutions to recover from the crisis and pave the way towards economic growth.

Upgrading human capital in public administration represents one of the key reforms in response to relief and recovery from the crisis. Modernization of work mindset and culture transformation does not happen overnight. Undoubtedly, it is a gradual process that takes time and dedication, in particular when taking into account the public sector – “Rome was not built in a day”.

This paper presents some insights on how to foster and modernize the administrative capacity in the Italian public sector.

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Economics & Finance Professor at Swiss School of
Management

Researcher and writer

Konstantina is a tutor in the Business and Administration Department at City College – An International Faculty of the University of Sheffield, Thessaloniki, Greece, teaching Principals of Management, Accounting fundamentals, Principles of Marketing, Principles of Microeconomics, and Quantitative Analysis for Businesses.

She acts also as a Supervisor of Thesis and Dissertations in the Bachelor and Master’s Program. Konstantina holds a Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in International Economy from South East European Research Center (SEERC), University of Sheffield (UK). She further holds a BSc (Hons) in Business Studies (Finance and Accounting) and an MSc in Banking and Finance with Distinction from City College, University of Sheffield (UK).

At Swiss School of Management, Konstantina teaches Economics and Finance courses.