Del gobierno a la gobernanza: una aproximación normativa desde lo posmoderno

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https://doi.org/10.25057/2500672X.1471

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Enfoque posmoderno, Estado posmoderno, Teoría del Estado, Teoría política normativa

Resumen

Diversos enfoques científicos reconocen un conjunto de elementos constitutivos del Estado moderno, determinantes para su existencia, conservación y perpetuación. El gobierno, como el conjunto de actores, instituciones y procedimientos burocráticos, es uno de ellos. Pero la evolución de este elemento político también ha sufrido las múltiples transformaciones de las últimas décadas. Las fuerzas posmodernas de la economía capitalista, la revolución tecnológica o la cultura del Consumo han impactado, impregnado y modificado sustancialmente su naturaleza, estructura y  Funcionamiento. En este contexto, este artículo indaga sobre la relación entre gobierno y posmodernidad a partir de tres elementos neurálgicos: la eficacia, la organización multinivel y la transferencia de políticas públicas. Para ello, utiliza una metodología propia de la teoría política, particularmente las contribuciones normativas enmarcadas en el macro molde posmoderno y, subsidiariamente, en la teoría del Estado.

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Puentes, J. C. (2022). Del gobierno a la gobernanza: una aproximación normativa desde lo posmoderno. Nuevo Derecho, 18(31), 1–24. https://doi.org/10.25057/2500672X.1471

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2022-12-15
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