The Bachelet government : conflict and consensus in post-Pinochet Chile / edited by Silvia Borzutzky and Gregory B. Weeks
- Introduction / Silvia Borzutzky -- Part I. Leadership, Institutions, and Coalitional Crisis -- 1. What It Takes to Win and What It Takes to Govern: Michelle Bachelet and the Concertacion / Peter M. Siavelis -- 2. Parties, Personalities, and the President: The Challenges of the Bachelet Government's Political Narrative / Robert L. Funk -- 3. The Transition Is Dead, Long Live the Transition: Civil-Military Relations and the Limits of Consensus / Gregory B. Weeks -- Part II. Socioeconomic Policies and the Decline of Consensus -- 4. Socioeconomic Policies: Taming the Market in a Globalized Economy / Silvia Borzutzky -- 5. Challenging the Consensus: The Politics of Protest and Policy Reform of Chile's Education System / Mary Rose Kubal -- 6. Unresolved Conflicts within the Consensus: Bachelet's Inheritance of Labor and Employment Issues / Kirsten Sehnbruch -- 7. Continuity or Change?: Gender Policy in the Bachelet Administration / Susan Franceschet -- 8. Contesting Private Property Rights: The Environment and Indigenous Peoples / Patricio Rodrigo -- 9. Conclusion. Paved with Good Intentions: The Bachelet Administration and the Decline of Consensus / Aldo C. Vacs.
- 9780813034751 (alk. paper)
0813034752 (alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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