Policy analysis in Brazil

Edited by Jeni Vaitsman, Jose M. Ribeiro and Lenaura Lobato

Policy analysis in Brazil

Policy analysis in Brazil is part of the International Library of Policy Analysis and is the first book to paint a comprehensive panorama of policy analysis activities in Brazil. Highlighting the unique features of the Brazilian example, it brings together 18 studies by leading Brazilian social scientists on policy analysis as a widespread activity pursued in a variety of policy fields and through different methods by governmental and non-governmental institutions and actors. It shows how policy analysis emerged as part of Brazilian state-building from the 1930s onwards. With the democratisation process of the late 1980s, policy analysis began to include innovative elements of social participation in public management. This unique book offers key insights into the practice of this field and is indispensable reading for scholars, policy makers and students of the social sciences interested in learning how policy analysis developed and functions in Brazil.

Jeni Vaitsman is a senior researcher at the Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, where her area is Public Policies.

José Mendes Ribeiro is a senior researcher at the Escola Nacional de Saúde Pública, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, where his area is Public Policies.

Lenaura de Vasconcelos Costa Lobato is a professor at Universidade Federal Fluminense in Rio de Janeiro, where she coordinates the Núcleo de Avaliação e Análise de Políticas Sociais.

Policy analysis in Brazil: the state of the art ~ Jeni Vaitsman, José Mendes Ribeiro and Lenaura Lobato (editors)

PART I: STYLES AND METHODS OF POLICY ANALYSIS IN BRAZIL

Professionalisation of policy analysis in Brazil ~ Jeni Vaitsman, Lenaura Lobato and Gabriela R. B. Andrade

Policy Analysis Styles in Brazil ~ Christina Andrews

Modernization of the state and bureaucratic capacity-building in the Brazilian Federal Government ~ Celina Souza

PART II: POLICY ANALYSIS BY GOVERNMENTS AND THE LEGILSLATIVE

Policy analysis and governance innovations in the federal government ~ José Mendes Ribeiro and Aline Inglez Dias

Policy monitoring and evaluation systems: recent advances in Brazil’s federal public administration ~ Romulo Paes-Sousa and Aline Hellman

Privatization and policy decision making in Brazil ~ Licinio Velasco and Armando Castelar Pinheiro

Production of policy-related information and knowledge in Brazil: the state government agencies ~ Cristina de Almeida Filgueiras and Carlos Alberto Rocha

Policy analysis at the municipal level of government ~ Marta Farah

The role of the Brazilian legislature in the public policy decision-making process ~ Fabiano Guilherme M. Santos

PART III: PARTIES, COUNCILS, INTEREST GROUPS AND ADVOCACY-BASED POLICY ANALYSIS

Brazil’s National Social Assistance Policy Council (CNAS) and the policy community supporting social assistance as a right ~ Soraya Vargas Cortes

Brazilian response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic: integrating prevention and treatment ~ Elize Massard da Fonseca and Francisco I. Bastos

Media and policy analysis in Brazil: the process of policy production, reception and analysis through the media ~ Fernando Lattman-Weltman

Parties and public policy: programmatic formulation and political processing of constitutional amendments ~ Paulo Fábio Dantas Neto

Business associations and public policy analysis ~ Renato Raul Boschi

Policy analysis in non-governmental organisations and the implementation of pro-diversity policies ~ João Bosco Hora Góis.

PART IV: ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH INSTITUTES-BASED POLICY ANALYSIS

Expert community and sectoral policy: the Brazilian Sanitary Reform ~ Nilson do Rosário Costa

Brazilian think-tanks: between the past and the future ~ Tatiana Teixeira

Policy analysis by academic institutions in Rio de Janeiro state ~ Cristiane Batista

Postgraduate instruction and policy analysis training in Brazil ~ Eliane Hollanda and Sandra Siqueira.

About the book

Policy analysis in Brazil is part of the International Library of Policy Analysis and is the first book to paint a comprehensive panorama of policy analysis activities in Brazil. Highlighting the unique features of the Brazilian example, it brings together 18 studies by leading Brazilian social scientists on policy analysis as a widespread activity pursued in a variety of policy fields and through different methods by governmental and non-governmental institutions and actors. It shows how policy analysis emerged as part of Brazilian state-building from the 1930s onwards. With the democratisation process of the late 1980s, policy analysis began to include innovative elements of social participation in public management. This unique book offers key insights into the practice of this field and is indispensable reading for scholars, policy makers and students of the social sciences interested in learning how policy analysis developed and functions in Brazil.

Content

Policy analysis in Brazil: the state of the art ~ Jeni Vaitsman, José Mendes Ribeiro and Lenaura Lobato (editors)

PART I: STYLES AND METHODS OF POLICY ANALYSIS IN BRAZIL

Professionalisation of policy analysis in Brazil ~ Jeni Vaitsman, Lenaura Lobato and Gabriela R. B. Andrade

Policy Analysis Styles in Brazil ~ Christina Andrews

Modernization of the state and bureaucratic capacity-building in the Brazilian Federal Government ~ Celina Souza

PART II: POLICY ANALYSIS BY GOVERNMENTS AND THE LEGILSLATIVE

Policy analysis and governance innovations in the federal government ~ José Mendes Ribeiro and Aline Inglez Dias

Policy monitoring and evaluation systems: recent advances in Brazil’s federal public administration ~ Romulo Paes-Sousa and Aline Hellman

Privatization and policy decision making in Brazil ~ Licinio Velasco and Armando Castelar Pinheiro

Production of policy-related information and knowledge in Brazil: the state government agencies ~ Cristina de Almeida Filgueiras and Carlos Alberto Rocha

Policy analysis at the municipal level of government ~ Marta Farah

The role of the Brazilian legislature in the public policy decision-making process ~ Fabiano Guilherme M. Santos

PART III: PARTIES, COUNCILS, INTEREST GROUPS AND ADVOCACY-BASED POLICY ANALYSIS

Brazil’s National Social Assistance Policy Council (CNAS) and the policy community supporting social assistance as a right ~ Soraya Vargas Cortes

Brazilian response to the HIV/AIDS epidemic: integrating prevention and treatment ~ Elize Massard da Fonseca and Francisco I. Bastos

Media and policy analysis in Brazil: the process of policy production, reception and analysis through the media ~ Fernando Lattman-Weltman

Parties and public policy: programmatic formulation and political processing of constitutional amendments ~ Paulo Fábio Dantas Neto

Business associations and public policy analysis ~ Renato Raul Boschi

Policy analysis in non-governmental organisations and the implementation of pro-diversity policies ~ João Bosco Hora Góis.

PART IV: ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH INSTITUTES-BASED POLICY ANALYSIS

Expert community and sectoral policy: the Brazilian Sanitary Reform ~ Nilson do Rosário Costa

Brazilian think-tanks: between the past and the future ~ Tatiana Teixeira

Policy analysis by academic institutions in Rio de Janeiro state ~ Cristiane Batista

Postgraduate instruction and policy analysis training in Brazil ~ Eliane Hollanda and Sandra Siqueira.

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