Convergencias y disparidades en las teorías sobre el cambio de las políticas públicas: una revisión preliminar y una propuesta de integración tipológica

Cesar Nicandro Cruz Rubio

Resumen


Tomando en cuenta aportaciones recientes realizadas por académicos reputados, tales como M. Howlett, B. Cashore, G. Capano y J. Real-Dato, este documento busca abordar las convergencias y disparidades del desarrollo teórico sobre el cambio y la dinámica de las políticas públicas, a fin de ofrecer una revisión de medio término. Nuestro interés no obstante es doble: poner sobre la mesa este tema, tan importante como incipientemente tratado en la literatura en lengua castellana, y proponer una integración tipológica sobre los elementos constitutivos o dimensiones de las políticas públicas a fin de determinar qué cambia cuando cambia una política, y avanzar con ello en el debate sobre el llamado “problema de la variable dependiente”

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Teorías en políticas públicas; cambio de las políticas; análisis de políticas; proceso de las políticas

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