Dinâmica política e política de gestão: partidos de esquerda e a adoção das parcerias com organizações sociais no Brasil 2007 a 2015

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Pacheco, Regina Silvia Viotto Monteiro
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The objective of this Thesis is to comprehend the actions of the Left Wing parties to the agenda of public management reforms. More specifically, this study seeks to understand the motivations of governments led by Left Wing parties to expand and consolidate partnerships with Social Organizations (OS) for the provision of public services – policy focused on public administration, criticized by those parties and against the interests of a part of its social base: the civil service. This research contributes to the debate by bringing together the topic of public administration to the political debate. For some authors, this is one of the main difficulties of the studies of public management. To achieve this goal we conducted a study of multiple cases in the states of Bahia and Pernambuco during the government of Workers’ Party (PT) and Brazilian Socialist Party (PSB). Both cases were selected by the fast expansion of the partnerships with OS. The survey results indicate that the expansion of the partnership with the Social Organizations was motivated by budget constraint, the inefficiency of public services and the intrinsic characteristics of the model, especially those with the power to make it more agile. The situation of severe sectoral crisis – health, in both cases studied – was a key factor in the expansion of the model. The survey also found that political resistance was minimized by the coalition, and to decrease the resistance of the social base, governments approached the unions and class categories

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