Magna Inacio / Mariana Llanos

The Institutional Presidency in Latin America: A Comparative Analysis

Presidential Studies Quarterly | 2016


  • Journal

    Presidential Studies Quarterly

    Volume

    46

    Number

    3

    Pages

    531-549


    Prof. Dr. Mariana Llanos

    Lead Research Fellow / Head of Research Programme "Accountability and Participation"

    T. +49 (0)40 - 428 25-766mariana.llanos@giga-hamburg.de

    Awards | American Political Science Association | 09/2015

    Founders Award 2015

    Research Project | 01/01/2014 - 01/12/2018

    The Institutional Presidency in Latin America

    This project analysed the development of the institutional Presidency in Latin America after the processes of re-democratisation in the 1980s. The Institutional Presidency (IP) refers to the bulk of agencies that directly support the chief of the executive in his/her governing tasks. The IP is part of the "executive toolbox" that is available to heads of state for building legislative majorities. Our analysis highlighted the strategic redesign of the bureaucratic structures of the presidential office initiated by presidents.
    DAAD/CAPES, 2014-2018

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