Por uma Agenda Brasileira de Estudos sobre Implementação de Políticas Públicas Outros Idiomas

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52487
Resumo:
O artigo tem como objetivo propor uma agenda de estudos no campo de implementação de políticas públicas à luz de análises das lacunas da literatura nacional e das correntes analíticas internacionais. Apresenta, portanto, o estado da arte desses estudos na literatura internacional da última década, a partir do qual são identificadas temáticas que abordam a implementação a partir de diferentes perspectivas e modelos analíticos: accountability e transparência, estruturas de governança, envolvimento de atores não estatais, valores e comportamentos dos burocratas, diferentes níveis hierárquicos da burocracia, discricionariedade e autonomia, resultados de incentivos, estratégias de enfrentamentos de pressões, efeitos sociais da implementação, entre outros. Propõe-se, com base nessa análise, uma agenda nacional que possa se apropriar das temáticas e novos paradigmas e assim aplicá-los às análises das realidades complexas da implementação de políticas públicas no Brasil. Como temas da agenda nacional, propomos: desafios do federalismo brasileiro, implementação em contextos de heterogeneidade e desigualdades, impacto da publicização de serviços, processos participativos e intersetorialidade.
Citação ABNT:
LOTTA, G. S.; NUNES, A. C.; CAVALCANTE, S.; FERREIRA, D. D.; BONAT, J. Por uma Agenda Brasileira de Estudos sobre Implementação de Políticas Públicas. Revista do Serviço Público, v. 69, n. 4, p. 779-816, 2018.
Citação APA:
Lotta, G. S., Nunes, A. C., Cavalcante, S., Ferreira, D. D., & Bonat, J. (2018). Por uma Agenda Brasileira de Estudos sobre Implementação de Políticas Públicas. Revista do Serviço Público, 69(4), 779-816.
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.21874/rsp.v69i4.2917
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http://www.spell.org.br/documentos/ver/52487/por-uma-agenda-brasileira-de-estudos-sobre-implementacao-de-politicas-publicas/i/pt-br
Tipo de documento:
Artigo
Idioma:
Português
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