Reflexiones sobre el impacto del nuevo institucionalismo económico, sociológico e histórico institucional en la política social

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José G. Vargas-Hernández

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Este trabajo se propone hacer una reflexión y análisis sobre el impacto que los marcos de referencia teórico-metodológicos de los diferentes acercamientos neo-institucionales tienen en la política social. El trabajo se cuestiona la funcionalidad y continuidad de las instituciones que tienen a su cargo las funciones de diseñar e implementar los programas de política social, dados los cambios profundos que el entorno de procesos de globalización económica. El método usado principalmente se centra en el análisis crítico y en la reflexión. Se concluye que las instituciones de bienestar y seguridad social deben desarrollar las capacidades tecnológicas, organizacionales y administrativas para crear y mantener efectos institucionales que van más allá de ser conductoras para la eficiencia, la efectividad y el desarrollo equitativo.

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