Poder y cambio institucional: de la dependencia de la trayectoria a las teorías del cambio gradual

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Federico Traversa

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El institucionalismo histórico da especial importancia teórica al poder en la comprensión de las instituciones, pero cuando adopta el concepto de dependencia de la trayectoria para explicar el cambio institucional cae en un dilema teórico: la dependencia de la trayectoria es atractiva pues da de gran autonomía a la dimensión institucional, pero la aísla de la influencia de las asimetrías de poder. Las teorías posteriores del cambio endógeno y gradual intentan solucionar este problema reintroduciendo el poder, pero dan lugar a un panorama fragmentado y repleto de tensiones teóricas.

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B52, P48, D70

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