2016
DOI: 10.1590/0034-7612145767
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Abstract: Resumen Este artículo analiza los principales factores que condicionan la selección de un directivo público de primer nivel jerárquico en Chile con base en una perspectiva de corte sociológico y el uso del concepto especies de capital. El trabajo realiza un recorrido teórico y descriptivo sobre la modernización del Estado y la profesionalización de la gestión pública en Chile. Posteriormente con una muestra de 45 casos correspondientes a altos directivos nombrados durante el período 2003-13, se trabaja con mod… Show more

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“…In this process, a key role was played by a network of policymakers with social democratic leanings, formed by prominent politicians. This enabled the democratic government to mark an ideological distinction with the Chicago Boys, the technocratic group that led the Pinochet regime's structural reforms of the public sector (Rehren, 2002; Ramos and Scrollini, 2013; González‐Bustamante et al, 2016). This recolonisation permitted the perpetuation and consolidation of the patronage system since it began to function as a ‘win‐win game’ for all the political forces which distributed positions in the central government, regional governments and even the para‐state sector, based mainly on quotas proportional to their electoral strength (Rehren, 2002; Ramos and Scrollini, 2013).…”
Section: Methods and Context Of The Case Studymentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…In this process, a key role was played by a network of policymakers with social democratic leanings, formed by prominent politicians. This enabled the democratic government to mark an ideological distinction with the Chicago Boys, the technocratic group that led the Pinochet regime's structural reforms of the public sector (Rehren, 2002; Ramos and Scrollini, 2013; González‐Bustamante et al, 2016). This recolonisation permitted the perpetuation and consolidation of the patronage system since it began to function as a ‘win‐win game’ for all the political forces which distributed positions in the central government, regional governments and even the para‐state sector, based mainly on quotas proportional to their electoral strength (Rehren, 2002; Ramos and Scrollini, 2013).…”
Section: Methods and Context Of The Case Studymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This political and institutional context conditioned the political elite's support for modernisation processes that would not alter patronage and the prevailing informal logics (González‐Bustamante et al, 2016). This was conducive to the implementation of other types of reforms such as the modernisation of public management in the 1990s and the first decade of this century.…”
Section: Methods and Context Of The Case Studymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…si bien el gobierno abierto 6-El paradigma de la NGP fue relevante para las reformas del Estado y su administración hacia fines del siglo XX en América Latina. Estas reformas mayoritariamente implicaron el tránsito hacia una lógica de funcionamiento empresarialgerencial, contexto que algunos consideran permitió viabilizar un modelo neoliberal de Estado (González-Bustamante, 2018; González-Bustamante, Olivares, Abarca et al, 2016). surgió como una constatación respecto a que no bastaba con implementar iniciativas en materia de transparencia, todavía no se ha alcanzado un acuerdo respecto a qué debe significar en términos de implementación de políticas públicas.…”
Section: El Concepto De Gobierno Abiertounclassified
“…A civil service model can be classified according to its degrees of openness and the tension between its level of politicisation and professionalisation (Ballart and Ramió 2000;González-Bustamante et al 2016;Ramió and Salvador 2005). The degrees of openness determine whether the model is open or closed.…”
Section: Characteristics and Changes Of Civil Service Modelsmentioning
confidence: 99%