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SESIÓN 3 WORKSHOP ICHEM 2019

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How does a divided municipality affect the management of local governments? The case of mayors and local councillors in Chile

Fecha: 03 mayo 2019, 13:00-14:30.
Dirección: Galvarino Gallardo 1973, Providencia, Santiago.
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El workshop incluirá un snack de almuerzo para cada asistente confirmada/o.
Cupos limitados. Por favor, confirme su asistencia enviando un email a ggalvez@ichem.cl

Presenta:
Dr. Claudio Fuentes González
Investigador y Académico ICHEM de la Universidad Autónoma de Chile. Doctor en Ciencia Política de la Universidad de Manchester. Investiga sobre elecciones, política subnacional, capacidades estatales y gestión del riesgo de desastres.

Artículo:
How does a divided municipality affect the management of local governments? The case of mayors and local councillors in Chil

This paper seeks to answer the following research question: Is it a guarantee of better local management that mayors have a local council in their favour regarding political identification? It is expected that unified local governments will have a positive impact on municipal management. Otherwise, divided local governments should display worse results at the local management level. Taking Chile as a case study, a developing country belonging to the OECD, hyper-presidentialist and historically politically and administratively centralist, two theories are combined: the theory of divided government and the theory of state capacities. The preliminary findings show that political variables have effects on local government management. However, those effects are not present in all measured periods

Discussants:

Dr. Bernanrdo Navarrete
Profesor Asociado en la Universidad de Santiago de Chile, área de Estudios Internacionales. Visiting Scholar in Political Science en el Center For Latin American Studies de la Universidad de Stanford. Doctor en Gobierno y Administración Pública por el Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset-Universidad Complutense, Magíster en Ciencia Política por el Instituto de Ciencia Política de la Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile y Magíster en Ciencias Sociales en el Instituto Latinoamericano de Doctrina y Estudios Sociales (ILADES)-Universidad Católica de Lovaina.

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