Bureaucratic Politics and Administration in Chile

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Univ of California Press, Jan 8, 2021 - 376 pages
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Contents

Political Economy and Public Administration
12
The General Environment of Chilean Bureaucracy
21
Conclusions
32
Parochial Assumptions and Resource Monopolies
38
Finance Attempts to Maintain the Value of Economic
44
Coalition Formation for ShortTerm Planning in the Eco
82
Incrementalism and the Political Resources of the Eco
110
Bureaucratic Politics and Administrative Reform in
137
Organizational Access to Authority
240
Contractors Efforts to Increase Profits
259
CORVI Efforts to Reduce Dependence
266
Poblador Violence and Administrative Response
274
Pobladors MINVU and Carabineros
283
Urban Land Invasions and Government Reaction 1965
289
Conclusions
304
Power and Bureaucracy
310

Power Autonomy and Coordination in the Ministry
182
Divided MINVU Reactions
218
MINVU Counterattack
226
The Contractors as Public Clients
234
Preparation and Action for Comprehensive Change
320
Bibliography
328
INDEX
345
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