More than 30 years after Latin America transitioned from dictatorships to democracy, decentralization, and institutional reforms to give impetus to citizen participation, transparency, government accountability and good governance, expectations have disappointed and concerns are raised today over a slowdown, or even reversal. Guest editor Cristina A. Rodríguez-Acosta, Assistant Director of FIU's renowned Institute for Public Management and Community Service, invites leading experts to analyze where the region stands and how decentralization reforms can be deepened.
"30 Years of Reform: Decentralization, Subnational Governments and Development in Latin America,"
Hemisphere: Vol. 24
, Article 1.
Available at: http://digitalcommons.fiu.edu/lacc_hemisphere/vol24/iss1/1