Arbor, Vol 187, No 752 (2011)

Incertidumbre, congruencia e institucionalización desigual: Las dinámicas de la innovación institucional en sociedades en tránsito


https://doi.org/10.3989/arbor.2011.752n6012

Carlos H. Waisman
Department of Sociology. University of California, San Diego, Estados Unidos

Resumen


El propósito de este artículo es analizar las variedades de Capitalismo que emergieron en Latinoamérica y la Europa Central del Este desde 1980 como ejemplos de transferencia institucional. En el artículo considero la posibilidad de que el capitalismo, al igual que la democracia, es un complejo paquete institucional antes que una institución elemental. Algunos de sus componentes viajan más rápido que otros a través de formas híbridas, constituyendo, por tanto, nuevas perspectivas con potencial suficiente para ser institucionalizadas.

Palabras clave


Innovación; Capitalismo; institución; institucionalización; transferencia; sociedad

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