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Who decides on social policy?

social networks and the political economy of social policy in Latin America and the Caribbean

; World Bank ; Carlos Scartascini

This book investigates who decides on social policy combining political economy and social network analysis of social policy formulation processes. Case studies of Argentina, Bolivia, The Bahamas, and Trinidad and Tobago show that societal actors are the main influences in South America while governmental actors are in the Caribbean countries. Les mer
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This book investigates who decides on social policy combining political economy and social network analysis of social policy formulation processes. Case studies of Argentina, Bolivia, The Bahamas, and Trinidad and Tobago show that societal actors are the main influences in South America while governmental actors are in the Caribbean countries.

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The World Bank came into formal existence in 1945 following the international ratification of the Bretton Woods agreements. It is a vital source of financial and technical assistance to developing countries around the world. The organization's activities are focused on education, health, agriculture and rural development, environmental protection, establishing and enforcing regulations, infrastructure development, governance and legal institutions development. The World Bank is made up of two unique development institutions owned by its 185 Member Countries. The International Bank for Reconstruction and Development (IBRD) focuses on middle income and creditworthy poor countries and the International Development Association (IDA), which focuses on the poorest countries in the world.