Working Papers

state-development-and-social-actors-in-the-argentine-case By Javier Pérez Ibáñez, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow Only available in Spanish for now IntroductionComo lograr que un conjunto de países que se encuentran en un relativo estado de estancamiento crezcan de tal manera que logre alcanzar a otro conjunto de países que se encuentran en una mejor posición económico-social ha sido tema cent...
public-policy-analysis-to-enable-women-to-access-a-life-free-from-violence-in-mexico-city-an-intervention-proposing-to-work-with-young-men-for-the-prevention-of-masculine-violence By Isabella Esquivel Ventura, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThis document is a synthesis of a Master's thesis titled "Public Policy analysis to enable women to access a life free from violence in Mexico City: an intervention proposing to work with young men for the prevention of masculine violence", developed over the ...
decolonization-in-the-constitutional-system-indigenous-rights-and-legal-pluralism-a-comparative-study-between-bolivia-colombia-and-ecuador By Sergio Miranda Hayes, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionIn the academic world, scientific literature comes mainly from the western part of the globe. Ramón Grossfoguel believes that knowledge is determined by power relations in the "post-colonial" era (Grossfoguel, 2002: 16). This means that Western powers dominate the a...
kidnapping-of-migrants-in-transit-through-mexico-and-the-transnational-advocacy-networks-for-their-human-rights-scope-and-strategies By Mónica Salmón Gómez, 2015-2016 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe human rights crisis in Mexico and particularly the one with migrants in transit through Mexico is not coincidental. The increased securitization of migration has transformed it into a security issue, causing it to be a threat to the national security. The mechanisms ...
latin-america-and-the-caribbean-and-us-in-a-new-international-economic-scenario-changes-in-transmission-of-economic-shocks By Laneydi Martínez Alfonso, 2015-2016 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionUnderstanding how economic shocks are spread across countries, through which mechanisms, and ultimately, how economic or cyclic interactions operate between United States and Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) has been a traditional subject of study for numerous ...
urban-conflicts-in-northern-amazon-region-disordered-growth-of-wetlandsressacas-in-macapa By Bianca Moro de Carvalho, 2016-2017 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionInternationally recognized for its immense wealth of natural resources, the Brazilian Amazon Region and its enormous forest are characterized by significant urban conflicts. The growth of illegal settlements in Amazon cities is a sad reality that has transformed the ...
south-america-facing-bilateral-investment-treaties-towards-a-return-of-the-state-in-dispute-settlement By Magdalena Bas Vilizzio,  2014-2015 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionIn their external relations, States require a regulatory framework intended to preserve their sovereignty, the legal attribute of which independent States are granted and recognized each other and to the exclusion of any other organization. Therefore, it emerges the ...
youth-and-multidimensional-inequality-the-case-of-argentina-2004-2014-in-the-latin-american-context By Analía Calero, 2014-2015 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe main objective of this paper is to make a first exploration of inequalities experienced by youth within them and bewteen other age groups, from a multidimensional perspective. Taking the case of Argentina for the period 2004-2014, the following topics are explored i...
industrialization-is-the-development-strategy-but-not-any-kind-accomplishes-it By Juan Martín Graña, 2014-2015 Presidente Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe stage of Industrialization by Import Substitution (hereafter ISI) is retrospectively seen as a glorious time when Argentina could find the way into the "developed" world. That positive impression stems from two reasons. On the one hand, the Argentine workers enjoyed d...
productive-inclusion-opportunity-for-decent-work-as-a-right-and-not-a-duty By Fernando Kleiman,  2013-2014 Presidente Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe main topic of this paper is to discuss the actions that governments can take to promote better work opportunities for poor workers to earn more income than they are earning today. It will be based on the Brazilian experience using the authors' background as a basis f...
meaningful-experiences-and-art-mediation-laboratories By María Villa, 2013-2014 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe present paper outlines the public policy approach and reflections around of an art pedagogy program for public venues exhibiting contemporary art. The program assembled a multidisciplinary group of researchers and educators in a four month long laboratory, to debate, design ...
notes-on-the-conception-of-technology-development-for-argentina-and-latin-america By Germán Linzer, 2013-2014 President Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe last years have been very important for science, technology and innovation (STI) policies in Argentina as, for the first time in our history, we have been in the presence of a policy transcending all actions and instruments ever executed in this field.The creation of the M...
the-peruvian-states-role-in-the-reproduction-of-exclusion-marginalization-and-poverty-of-the-lgbt-community By Roland Alvarez Chávez,  2012-2013 Presidente Néstor Kirchner Fellow To be member of the oldest gay/lesbian organization in South America should bring a sense of pride and satisfaction, but what happens when this organization is located in Peru? Well, for me that has meant many (often contradicting) feelings and emotions. On the one hand, I am pr...
international-arbitration-as-a-dispute-resolution-mechanism-the-argentine-case-in-icsidBy Cecilia Minaverry,  2012-2013 Presidente Néstor Kirchner Fellow 1. Introduction In the 1990s, Argentina's government signed more than fifty bilateral investment treaties and in most cases, they were submitted under the jurisdiction of the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID). After the 2001 crisis, when the country w...
energy-integration-based-on-renewable-sources-as-a-means-of-development-by-lucas-noura-de-moraes-rego-guimaraes By Lucas Noura,  2012-2013 Presidente Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThis work relates to the field of Energy and Development studies and suggests the creation of a South American energy policy based on the extensive use of renewable resources and the pursuit of a broad energy integration as a way to break the energy insecurity that frequently ...
democracy-foreign-policy-southern-cone-latin-americaBy Mauricio Santoro Rocha, Third President Néstor Kirchner Fellow Introduction What was the impact of the redemocratization of the Southern Cone of Latin America in the foreign policies of the major countries of the region, Argentina, Brazil and Chile? The decades of 1980-2000 saw remarkable achievements in the consolidation of the rule of law and ...
the-union-of-south-american-nations-at-the-onset-of-a-socio-regional-integration By Erika Paredes Sánchez, Second Presidente Néstor Kirchner Fellow IntroductionThe present thesis focuses on the study of the Union of South American Nations (UNASUR). It aims at evidencing how this process differs from other historical efforts that have been principally driven by imported economic models of integration without accounting for the...
debt-imf-new-latin-american-leftby Lucila Rosso, First President Néstor Kirchner Fellow 1. Introduction The coincidence in time of leaders with similar political characteristics in the region gives a special color to Latin America at the beginning of the current century. Leaders from diverse backgrounds on the left have been elected and reelected by popular will in many Latin ...

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