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Philippe Destatte

Destatte, Philippe

Destatte, Philippe

Director General, The Destree Institute, Belgium; Associate Professor,
University of Mons, Belgium and Paris Diderot University, France

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Director General, The Destree Institute, Belgium; Associate Professor,
University of Mons, Belgium and Paris Diderot University, France

Philippe Destatte is the Chief Executive Officer of The Destree Institute (European think-tank and Wallonia Institute for Foresight Research, Belgium). He serves as the Chair of the Brussels Area Node of the Millennium Project since 2003 and also a member of its Planning Committee. He is an Associate Professor at the University of Mons (History of the society and institutions) and at Paris-Diderot University, where he is in charge of the Foresight course. He is also teaching Foresight applied to Transition at Reims University (Faculty of Management and Economics). He acquired skills in foresight both in France and in the United States, as well by working on the field, in European Regions, companies and organizations. He created and chaired the European Regional Foresight College (Foresight European Network) from 2004 to 2012. He has thirty years of regional development strategic policy tools experience, with theoretical analysis in the fields of governance, evaluation, innovation systems, and industrial/societal paradigm shift analysis, as well as foresight.

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Some “New” Governance Models for Europe and the United States
 Get Full Text in PDF Abstract We live in an age where populism, as both a totalitarian and a Manichean political attitude, is becoming more established on both sides of the Atlantic. An age, also, in which there is a proliferation of democratic innovations attempting to address the issues of the 21st century and the crises in representation and delegation. The question of public confidence in institutions is key, but it is based, first and foremost, on the way in which these issues...