By Melina Rocha Lukic, Carla Tomazini
This booklet gathers jointly papers that current examine on public rules in Latin the USA, all of which undertake a cognitive procedure. This theoretical framework relies at the research of public coverage from a cognitive and normative point of view; extra in particular, throughout the suggestions of paradigm, body of reference and advocacy coalition. during this feel, the most questions posed listed here are: what paradigms have Latin American public rules in recent times? How have the paradigms spoke back to the industrial and political alterations that have happened within the area? How have they replaced through the years? The booklet additionally presents a dialogue of the actors and coalitions fascinated about Latin American public rules. whereas the country was once the most protagonist of public motion, a couple of different actors, coalitions and associations have emerged in recent times, exchanging it in different parts. who're they and who do they characterize? How do they impression the atmosphere of agendas in Latin American public coverage? What are their thoughts and their roles within the formula and implementation of public regulations? on the way to solution most of these questions, the papers provided during this booklet mix conceptual dialogue and empirical research of numerous fields of public coverage akin to society, schooling, land, and indigenous and financial coverage.
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The tension between them was materialized in the form of specific policy tools such as the voluntary negotiation principle at market price. Considering that in the reform design, voluntary negotiation operated in the absence of progressive taxation on property, it can be argued that this mechanism was unable to redistribute land as there were no incentives for a large idle landowner to sell land, traditionally conceived as a source of political and social power in Colombia (Fajardo 2002). There were certainly no incentives to sell the best, most productive land.