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Who Makes Social Policy?
Social Networks and the Political Economy of Social Policy in Latin America and the Caribbean

by Alejandro Bonvecchi and Carlos Scartascini

Series:Latin American Development Forum
ISBN 9781464815386
Code: #211538

Publication year: 2020

Cdn: $55.00; US: $39.95
Paperback
Language: English
160 pages
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Due in April 2020.

This book applies social network analysis to identify specific actors in the decision-making process and understand their relations and relative power. Using four case studies in Latin America, it explains how social policymaking actually works and reveals with whom one must connect to attain specific aims.
Who Makes Social Policy?
Cdn: $55.00; US: $39.95
World Bank BookID: 126771 Added: 2020.1.4