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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Branched Paths For The Local Development - Good Practices Of Public Administration In The Cities Between Competition And Solidarity [caminhos Bifurcados Do Desenvolvimento Local - As Boas Práticas De Gestão Pública Das Cidades Entre A Competição E A Solidariedade]|
|Abstract:||In the contemporary scene where local realities have assumed bigger responsibilities in the development of the territory since the decentralization processes that had taken place world wide, this article presents elements for a theoretical reflection on the models of public policies of development implemented in the cities. It has been on discussion that local development has revealed a variety set of practicies and perspectives that reflect the different sense attributed to the notion of development and to the multiplicity of engaged actors, that can be understood in two basic sources of trends in the management of the cities: the democratic ativism and the competitive entrepreneurship. Through this discussion, varied forms and relations between social inclusion and economic, social and political developments are explained, alerting for their necessarily multidimensional and complementary characteristics and for the challenges that come locked up on them, over all when they are reproduced in a complex and problematic way in the Brazilian local context.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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