Autonomía Enraizada en Chile

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Autonomía Enraizada en Chile

Type: Master thesis
Title: Autonomía Enraizada en Chile
Author: Chadwick, Lorenza
Issue Date: 2018-08-31
Keywords: Public Policy, Chile, air pollution, NIMBY, Embedded Autonomy, Issue-Attention Cycle.
Abstract: This thesis studies in depth a public policy in Chile called Plan de Prevención y Descontaminación Atmosférica para la Región Metropolitana (Prevention and Atmospheric Decontamination Plan for the Metropolitan Region). The main objective of this study was to analyze which were the different communication and participation approaches between the Chilean Ministry of Environment and the different participating actors in the design, implementation and evaluation of this public policy. The conclusion of this study was that there is a disorganization between the Chilean State and the Chilean Ministry of Environment as well as within the ministry itself regarding this policy. Consequently, this generates a lack of coordination, leadership and resources that generates a less efficient and effective policy. This thesis also studies the presence of Embedded Autonomy, NIMBY and the Issue-Attention Cycle.
Supervisor: Silva, Patricio
Faculty: Faculty of Humanities
Department: Latin American Studies (Master)
Specialisation: Public Policies in Latin America
ECTS Credits: 20
Handle: http://hdl.handle.net/1887/62958
 

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