Conselhos econômicos e sociais. Uma revisão da literatura com foco em sua eficácia e avaliação

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Juan Federico von-Zeschau
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0584-5606
Marcial Sánchez-Mosquera
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1709-1338

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Apesar de sua extensa trajetória e presença global, os estudos sobre Conselhos Econômicos e Sociais (CES) não são frequentes. Assim, o objetivo é revisar a literatura científica existente sobre esta instituição a fim de identificar os principais núcleos temáticos, acordos e discrepâncias, bem como para detectar lacunas de pesquisa e delinear linhas de pesquisa futura. Com base na aplicação do Protocolo PRISMA, três núcleos temáticos emergentes sobre os CES foram detectados: os fatores que explicam sua criação; os fatores que afetam sua eficácia (e condicionam seu sucesso), e os critérios usados para avaliar sua eficácia (relacionados ao sucesso ou fracasso dessas instituições). Em suma, esta é a primeira síntese qualitativa da literatura internacional sobre o tema dos CES, focalizando sua eficácia e avaliação, o que é muito útil para futuras intervenções e estudos destas instituições, especialmente as recém-criadas.

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von-Zeschau, J. F., & Sánchez-Mosquera, M. (2022). Conselhos econômicos e sociais. Uma revisão da literatura com foco em sua eficácia e avaliação. Revista De Administração Pública, 56(4), 465–487. https://doi.org/10.1590/0034-761220220033
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