• La difusión de políticas públicas. Estado del arte y contribuciones para la disciplina en América Latina
  • Policy Diffusion. State of the art and contributions to the discipline in Latin America
Cecilia Osorio, José Miguel Vergara

Resumen

Los estudios sobre difusión de políticas buscan responder por qué diversos países adoptan una misma política, cómo lo hacen y quiénes participan de ese proceso. Este artículo entrega una revisión de los principales componentes del
modelo y de sus fortalezas y debilidades en el ámbito teórico y metodológico. Asimismo, se comentan algunos trabajos que abordan la difusión de políticas públicas y sociales en América Latina. Ello permite destacar sus principales contribuciones y los desafíos emergentes para continuar desarrollando y aplicando el modelo en la región.

Abstract

Policy diffusion studies look for answering why diverse countries adopt the same policy, how they do that, and who participate in that process. This article makes a revision of the main components of the framework and its strengths and weaknesses in the theoretical and methodological arena. Beside this, some research about public and social policies diffusion in Latin America are commented. That exercise allows to highlight its main contributions and challenges for continuing developing this perspective in regional cases.

Palabras clave

difusión de políticas públicas, mecanismos de difusión, proceso de formulación de políticas públicas, América Latina.

keywords

Policy diffusion, dissemination mechanisms, policy making process, Latin America.

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DOI: 10.5354/0716-1077.2016.44806