Análisis político-institucional del sistema de gestión regional: el caso de la región de Tarapacá en Chile


Revista de Administração Pública




The main objective of this article is to analyze, describe and develop proposals for to the improvement of the political-institutional processes and mechanisms of the regional management system, including the regional, provincial and local levels. The objective is to reconstruct and analyze the process of implementing the regional management model, considering the relations that it establishes with the different actors involved throughout the process and its results, from local to regional prioritization. Basically, it analyzes the social process of decision making on territorial investments, the role of the different actors at the different levels, the relationship that they establish among themselves, and the factors that facilitate or obstruct the process and its results. This study focuses on human relationships in a institutional landmark, and the analysis contrasts the theoretical design with the actual implementation of the process and considers that the actors' participation is mediated by their inner conscience and their symbolic reality.

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