Policymaking in Latin America: How Politics Shapes Policies
Ernesto H. Stein,
Bernardo Mueller (),
Mauricio Cardenas (),
Andrés Mejía Acosta,
M. Caridad Araujo (),
Francisco Javier Aparicio,
Allyson Lucinda Benton,
José R. Molinas,
Rosa Amelia González de Pacheco,
Richard Obuchi and
No 329 in IDB Publications (Books) from Inter-American Development Bank
What determines the capacity of countries to design, approve and implement effective public policies? To address this question, this book builds on the results of case studies of political institutions, policymaking processes, and policy outcomes in eight Latin American countries. The result is a volume that benefits from both micro detail on the intricacies of policymaking in individual countries and a broad cross-country interdisciplinary analysis of policymaking processes in the region.
Keywords: B-626; political institutions, policy outcomes, good governance, economic and political shocks, veto players, fickle institutions, political cooperation, one-party hegemony, divided government (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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