Executive pay | Paulo Morgado in Jornal de Negócios


PAULO MORGADO ON EXECUTIVE PAY IN JORNAL DE NEGÓCIOS. (22-04-2010) In this interview for Jornal de Negócios, Paulo Morgado reflects on the interference from the Government in executive pay and bonuses in listed companies in Portugal. In his view, “one must distinguish those executives with a bullet-proof curriculum from those whose appointment is unclear.” Also, he points out the similarities between South America and Portugal in the existing pay gap between rich and poor. READ THE FULL INTERVIEW >>

Government spending | Paulo Morgado in Cadernos de Economia


PAULO MORGADO IN CADERNOS DE ECONOMIA: “HOW TO REDUCE GOVERNMENT SPENDING.” (14-10-2010) In this interview for Cadernos de Economia, Paulo Morgado proposes some solutions for reducing government spending. He points to outsourcing as one of the means through which countries can reduce the cost of the public administration. And he points out that, to cover vacant positions, it is preferable to redistribute civil servants among the different public bodies rather than contracting new public personnel. READ THE FULL ARTICLE >>

Public service | Paulo Morgado in Vida Económica


PAULO MORGADO DEFENDS IN VIDA ECONÓMICA A NEW DIRECTION FOR THE PUBLIC SERVICE: “THE STATE MUSTN’T CONTRACT ANY MORE CIVIL SERVANTS FOR ADMINISTRATIVE TASKS.” (16-07-2010) In this interview for Vida Económica, Paulo Morgado claims that “the Government must adopt a policy of zero contracting of civil servants for administrative tasks.” In his view, “the Public Administration has done an excellent job in improving online public services, but this hasn’t come with the automatization of administrative processes.” READ THE FULL INTERVIEW >>

Combating corruption | Paulo Morgado in Campeão das Províncias


PAULO MORGADO DEFENDS IN CAMPEÃO DAS PROVÍNCIAS COMBATING CORRUPTION OUT OF COURT. (01-04-2010) In this interview for Campeão das Províncias, Paulo Morgado shares his views on the topic of corruption. In his opinion, “it is impossible to entirely eliminate this despicable phenomenon from society.” According to him, “it is better to deal with this issue out of court, by eliminating the causes of the problem, and by clearly and transparently having those who poorly serve the res publica or who allow themselves to be embroiled in corruption held publicly responsible.” READ THE FULL INTERVIEW >>