The Politics and History of AIDS Treatment in Brazil 2009
DOI: 10.1007/978-0-387-09618-6_2
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The AIDS Crisis and Democratization in Brazil

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“…I then conduct a plausibility probe of my argument about how some programs escaped the negative effects of accountability rules by zooming in on two pockets of effectiveness that are otherwise quite different (George and Bennett 2005, 75; González Ocantos 2020): the Bolsa Família cash transfer program and the AIDS program. Both the Bolsa Família cash transfer program (Hunter and Sugiyama 2014; Soares, Ribas, and Osório 2010; Sugiyama 2013) and the AIDS program (Flynn 2015; Galvão 2000; Lieberman 2009; Nunn 2009; Parker 2003; Rich 2019; World Bank 2004b) have been praised internationally for their capable and committed bureaucrats and for the effective use of their budgets. Yet Bolsa Família and the AIDS program score differently on variables commonly thought to produce capable social welfare programs.…”
Section: Case Selection and Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…I then conduct a plausibility probe of my argument about how some programs escaped the negative effects of accountability rules by zooming in on two pockets of effectiveness that are otherwise quite different (George and Bennett 2005, 75; González Ocantos 2020): the Bolsa Família cash transfer program and the AIDS program. Both the Bolsa Família cash transfer program (Hunter and Sugiyama 2014; Soares, Ribas, and Osório 2010; Sugiyama 2013) and the AIDS program (Flynn 2015; Galvão 2000; Lieberman 2009; Nunn 2009; Parker 2003; Rich 2019; World Bank 2004b) have been praised internationally for their capable and committed bureaucrats and for the effective use of their budgets. Yet Bolsa Família and the AIDS program score differently on variables commonly thought to produce capable social welfare programs.…”
Section: Case Selection and Methodsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…To make this argument, I focus on evidence from two widely documented pockets of effectiveness in Brazil that are otherwise quite different: the Bolsa Família conditional cash transfer program and the AIDS program (Flynn 2015; Galvão 2000; Lieberman 2009; Nunn 2009; Parker 2003; Rich 2019; World Bank 2004b). Bolsa Família was created in 2003 under a left-wing government during a period of economic prosperity.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…For instance, Baldwin (2005) finds that past responses to contagious diseases conditioned countries’ responses to HIV, leading some European countries to adopt harsher rights-constraining policies rather than more moderate, rights-enabling policies [ 2 ]. Likewise, Nunn (2009) finds that institutions developed in the early stages of Brazil’s HIV response influenced subsequent aspects of its response and conditioned government commitment to responding to HIV [ 37 ]. Robinson (2019) finds that because HIV and unwanted pregnancy share heterosexual sex as the primary causative mechanism, historical variations in family planning provision offer insight into the relative success of HIV prevention during the first decades of its spread [ 38 ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%