The role of distributional coalitions in welfare regimes: Chile, Costa Rica and El Salvador
Martínez Franzoni, Juliana
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Do social policies in Latin America promote or discourage distribution? And if they do promote distribution, are coalitions a prerequisite? Drawing from a typology of welfare regimes elaborated for 18 Latin American countries, this article explores responses to these questions by addressing three emblematic cases: Chile, Costa Rica and El Salvador – that is, countries where the management of social risks primarily revolves around markets, states and families, respectively. Although the article is exploratory, findings suggest that societal coalitions have been, and are likely to continue to be, weak in market welfare regimes, strong in state welfare regimes and contingent to policy sectors in familialistic welfare regimes.
Enlace externo al ítem10.1111/j.1467-9515.2009.00668.x
Special Regional Issue on Latin American Social Policy
- Ciencias políticas