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Title: Liberalismo
Other Titles: Politics and Culture; No 24 (2005): No. 24: Debates en torno al neoliberalismo; 31-61
Política y Cultura; Núm. 24 (2005): No. 24: Debates en torno al neoliberalismo; 31-61
Politique et culture; No 24 (2005): No. 24: Debates en torno al neoliberalismo; 31-61
Authors: Parra, José Francisco
Issue Date: 27-Aug-2007
Publisher: Politics and Culture
Política y Cultura
Politique et culture
Description: Liberalism has been important for political science, given that it has shaped theoretical ways of thinking and methodological models that explain decisionmaking processes in a political system. In that sense, neoinstitutionalism is the recurring tool used to explain change in and permanence of political institutions by means of its two main propositions: one that is based on norms and regulations, and another one based on rational choice. This paper features a theoretical analysis whose aim is to reclaim a multiparty neoinstitutionalism as an alternative pathway.
El liberalismo ha sido importante para la ciencia política ya que ha dado forma a esquemas teóricos y modelos metodológicos que explican los procesos de toma de decisiones en un sistema político. En este sentido, el neoinstitucionalismo es el instrumento recurrente para explicar el cambio y la permanencia de las instituciones políticas por medio de sus dos principales propuestas: una con fundamento en lo normativo, y otra de elección racional. Este artículo realiza un análisis teórico que rescata un neoinstitucionalismo multipartito como camino alternativo.
ISSN: 0188-7742
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