|Title||Comparative public policy in Latin America|
|Author||edited by Jordi Diez and Susan Franceschet|
|Imprint||Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2012|
|Descript||x, 315p. ; 23 cm|
Thinking about politics and policy-making in contemporary Latin America. -- Presidentialism and policy-making in Latin America: the case of Mexico. -- The new institutionallism and industrial policy-making in Chile. -- Turbulent times: structural reforms, crisis, and labour policy in Argentina, 1990s-2000s. -- Public policy by other means: playing the judicial arena. -- Federalism, advocacy networks, and sexual diversity politics in Brazil. -- Agenda through dispute; the Zoilamerica Narvaez-Daniel Ortega controversy. -- Transnational policy networks and public security policy in Argentina and Chile. -- The limits of anti-poverty policy: citizenship, accountability, and semi-clientelism in Mexico's oportunidades program. -- Gendering welfare state regimes in Latin America: Argentina in comparative perspective. -- Social policy reform and continuity under the Bachelet administration. -- Public policy in Latin America: towards a new research agenda.
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