2003
DOI: 10.1590/s0102-69092003000100003
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"Estado do campo" da pesquisa em políticas públicas no Brasil

Abstract: IntroduçãoNão existem dúvidas sobre o crescimento da área de políticas públicas na pesquisa acadêmica que se realiza atualmente no Brasil. Várias áreas do conhecimento, e não só a ciência política, vêm realizando pesquisas sobre o que o governo faz, ou deixa de fazer. Portanto, a academia, juntamente com órgãos governamentais e centros de pesquisa, estes últimos com tradição mais antiga na área, têm ampliado sua presença nos estudos e pesquisas sobre políticas públicas. Vários departamentos de ciência política… Show more

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“…The term 'policy analysis' was introduced by Lasswell still in the 1930s, establishing dialogue between social scientists and government (Souza, 2006). However, it was not before the Second World War that it started to be systematically studied.…”
Section: Public Policies Analysis and Health Policy: Bringing Fields mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The term 'policy analysis' was introduced by Lasswell still in the 1930s, establishing dialogue between social scientists and government (Souza, 2006). However, it was not before the Second World War that it started to be systematically studied.…”
Section: Public Policies Analysis and Health Policy: Bringing Fields mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For processes of decision-making and public policies formulation, following are the highlights in the Brazilian discussions on public policies: "punctuated equilibrium model" of True, Baumgartner and Jones (1999); the "garbage can model" of Cohen, March and Olsen (1972); the "multiple flows model" of John Kingdon (1995); and the "advocacy coalitions model" of Sabatier and Jenkins-Smith (1999), analyzed in detail by Frey (2000), Souza (2006) and Capella (2007). Likewise, the "path dependency model" gained visibility in the field of public policies.…”
Section: Public Policies Analysis and Health Policy: Bringing Fields mentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…Na maioria das vezes, tais análises são orientadas por modelos que supõem que os tomadores de decisão possuem preferências e atuam em função delas. Essas tendências teóricas limitam as interpretações, as relações de causalidade e os objetivos a serem alcançados (Souza, 2003;Bonafont, 2004;Sabatier, 2007).…”
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