Neopatrimonialismo y patronazgo-clientelismo. Una revisión temática de la literatura

Marcelo Resico

Resumen


El artículo estudia el contexto actual del surgimiento del Neopatrimonialismo y su definición, características y consecuencias socio-económicas a partir del análisis de distintos académicos que han abordado esta temática. Luego, se marcan los puntos de contacto y las diferencias entre el Neopatrimonialismo y el Patronazgo-Clientelismo. Explorar estos sistemas de organización institucional, ampliamente arraigados en América Latina, es esencial para comprender los problemas que presenta la región en la actualidad y vislumbrar sus posibles soluciones.

Palabras clave


NEOPATRIMONIALISMO; PATRONAZGO; CLIENTELISMO; AMÉRICA LATINA; INSTITUCIONES

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