las nuevas reglas de juego en uruguay incentivos e instituciones en una decada de reformas spanish edition

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Las Nuevas Reglas De Juego En Uruguay

Author : Mario Bergara
ISBN : 9974498252
Genre : Uruguay
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Doce años después de Las reglas de juego en Uruguay, Mario Bergara vuelve a enfatizar la necesidad de incorporar el analisis institucional para entender los procesos económicos. En esta oportunidad, analiza la multiplicidad de reformas estructurales que, con diversos grados de avance y de éxito, se implementaron desde la llegada al gobierno del Frente Amplio en el año 2005. El autor plantea que este cúmulo de transformaciones ha generado una nueva constelación de reglas de juego y de estructuras de incentivos en el país, acompasada con transformaciones organizacionales, principalmente a nivel del Estado, que implica un cambio relevante en la institucionalidad que contribuye a la credibilidad de su cumplimiento. Fundamenta el pasaje hacia un esquema de funcionamiento de la economía y de la sociedad basado en la conformación de reglas transparentes, con estructuras de estímulos más consistentes y una institucionalidad de acceso abierto, más que en la preponderancia de la opacidad, reglas confusas con incentivos inconsistentes y una utilización más discrecional del poder asociada a la atención de intereses particulares.

Direct Democracy Worldwide

Author : David Altman
ISBN : 9781139495431
Genre : Political Science
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Challenging the common assumption that models of direct democracy and representative democracy are necessarily at odds, Direct Democracy Worldwide demonstrates how practices of direct and representative democracy interact under different institutional settings and uncovers the conditions that allow them to coexist in a mutually reinforcing manner. Whereas citizen-initiated mechanisms of direct democracy can spur productive relationships between citizens and political parties, other mechanisms of direct democracy often help leaders bypass other representative institutions, undermining republican checks and balances. The book also demonstrates that the embrace of direct democracy is costly, may generate uncertainties and inconsistencies, and can be manipulated. Nonetheless, the promise of direct democracy should not be dismissed. Direct democracy is much more than a simple, pragmatic second choice when representative democracy seems not to be working as expected. Properly designed, it can empower citizens, breaking through some of the institutionalized barriers to accountability that arise in representative systems.

Process Tracing Methods

Author : Derek Beach
ISBN : 9780472051892
Genre : Social Science
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The first practical guide for using process tracing in social science research

The Great Transformation

Author : Karl Polanyi
ISBN : 9780807056424
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this classic work of economic history and social theory, Karl Polanyi analyzes the economic and social changes brought about by the "great transformation" of the Industrial Revolution. His analysis explains not only the deficiencies of the self-regulating market, but the potentially dire social consequences of untempered market capitalism. New introductory material reveals the renewed importance of Polanyi's seminal analysis in an era of globalization and free trade.

Current Serials Received

Author : British Library. Lending Division
ISBN : 085350170X
Genre : Periodicals
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An East Asian Renaissance

Author : Indermit Singh Gill
ISBN : 9780821367483
Genre : Business & Economics
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An East Asian Renaissance, by a World Bank team led by Chief Economist for East Asia & Pacific, Dr Homi Kharas and Economic Adviser, Dr Indermit Gill is the first comprehensive analysis of the new forces and challenges at play in the region since the Bank's seminal report of 1993, The East Asian Miracle. The report argues that regional flows of goods, finance and technology are helping even smaller East Asian countries reap the benefits of economies of scale and that this regional integration must be encouraged. But it also points out that these measures have to be supported by actions at the domestic level to ease the stresses and strains that rapid economic growth leaves in its wake. East Asia must now turn to the urgent domestic challenges of inequality, social cohesion, corruption and environmental degradation arising from its economic success.

Law Capitalism

Author : Curtis J. Milhaupt
ISBN : 9780226525297
Genre : Law
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Recent high-profile corporate scandals—such as those involving Enron in the United States, Yukos in Russia, and Livedoor in Japan—demonstrate challenges to legal regulation of business practices in capitalist economies. Setting forth a new analytic framework for understanding these problems, Law and Capitalism examines such contemporary corporate governance crises in six countries, to shed light on the interaction of legal systems and economic change. This provocative book debunks the simplistic view of law’s instrumental function for financial market development and economic growth. Using comparative case studies that address the United States, China, Germany, Japan, Korea, and Russia, Curtis J. Milhaupt and Katharina Pistor argue that a disparate blend of legal and nonlegal mechanisms have supported economic growth around the world. Their groundbreaking findings show that law and markets evolve together in a “rolling relationship,” and legal systems, including those of the most successful economies, therefore differ significantly in their organizational characteristics. Innovative and insightful, Law and Capitalism will change the way lawyers, economists, policy makers, and business leaders think about legal regulation in an increasingly global market for capital and corporate governance.

Informal Institutions And Democracy

Author : Gretchen Helmke
ISBN : 0801883520
Genre : History
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This volume analyzes the function of informal institutions in Latin America and how they support or weaken democratic governance. The contributors examine how informal rules shape the performance of state and democratic institutions, offering fresh and timely insights into contemporary problems of governability, "unrule of law," and the absence of effective representation, participation, and accountability in Latin America.

Measuring Justice

Author : Harry Brighouse
ISBN : 9781139487443
Genre : Philosophy
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This book brings together a team of leading theorists to address the question 'What is the right measure of justice?' Some contributors, following Amartya Sen and Martha Nussbaum, argue that we should focus on capabilities, or what people are able to do and to be. Others, following John Rawls, argue for focussing on social primary goods, the goods which society produces and which people can use. Still others see both views as incomplete and complementary to one another. Their essays evaluate the two approaches in the light of particular issues of social justice - education, health policy, disability, children, gender justice - and the volume concludes with an essay by Amartya Sen, who originated the capabilities approach.

Future Shock

Author : Alvin Toffler
ISBN : 9780553277371
Genre : Social Science
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Predicts the pace of environmental change during the next thirty years and the ways in which the individual must face and learn to cope with personal and social change

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