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    • MOPT REFORM: A ANALYSIS FOR OPORTUNITIES OF INPROVEMENT 

      Loría Salazar, Luis Guillermo; Arriola Aguirre, Raquel; Barrantes Jiménez, Roy; Campos Cruz, Carlos; Elizondo, Ana Luisa (2014-12-06)
      This article aims to bring inescapable aspects, from the point of view of LanammeUCR, should be incorporated in a practical way to the MOPT reform initiative that could be raised. Historically, different entities have ...
    • POLITICAL HUMOR: ANALYSIS OF POLITICAL CARICATURE IN THE REFERENDUM 2007 

      Vega Umaña, Lhiam (2012-12-06)
      The present article analyzes the political caricature, published on the cover of Semanario Universidad, during the referendum process developed in Costa Rica in 2007. The study exposes what is the role played by the political ...
    • PRESENTACIÓN 

      Anuario Centro de Investigación y Estudios Políticos, Revista (2014-12-06)
      Presentación del Anuario del Centro de Investigación y Estudios Políticos 2013.
    • PUBLIC POLICIES ANALYSIS BASED ON ACTORS: A QUANTITATIVE MODEL APPLIED TO E-GOVERNMENT CASES IN COSTA RICA AND CHILE 

      Cortés Morales, Roberto; Marín Raventós, Gabriela (2014-12-06)
      This paper describes an analytical model intended to explain and/or predict the possible success or failure of public policies. Given that is more difficult to define the context of public actions, this model proposes that ...
    • THE ELECTORAL JUDGE AS POLITICAL COMMUNICATOR 

      Brenes Villalobos, Luis Diego (2014-12-06)
      This study pretends to examine the Costa Rican electoral judge’s behavior as a political communicator. Precisely, it looks at which measures this judge has adopted in order to contribute to a better exposition, circulation ...
    • THE HABIT OF VOTING: A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK FOR UNDERSTANDING ELECTORAL CHANGE AND STABILITY 

      Alfaro Redondo, Ronald (2014-12-06)
      Under circumstances of substantial turnout reductions, like those in the Costa Rican case in the last decade, the possibility that many more voters cultivate ‘habitual voting’ may constitute a key factor to revert such ...