when looking at the major players within a nation’s society – the government, the people and the economy – it becomes clear that social systems, the public infrastructures that support a nation’s citizens, are central to the strength of a nation. But this topic is a source of intense debate: healthcare and pension systems especially are under constant pressure given the financial restraints and growing demand. But what impacts social systems? What challenges are they facing in nations around the world, and how can governments deal with the growing demand in the healthcare and pension sectors?
Today we talk to Christophe Angoulvant, expert on social systems and Partner at Roland Berger Strategy Consultants in Paris. Mr. Angoulvant has been conducting an international assessment of social systems over the last seven months. Working closely with experts from multiple nations, he has compared the strengths and weaknesses of social systems in five nations and has also uncovered potential for transforming existing systems.
Ulrich Erik Hinsen