Significant institutional changes have taken place during the government of Alberto Fujimori. What is the meaning of these changes? Do they reflect Alberto Fujimori's strategy of power consolidation? Are they the result of the strategy of dominant economic classes to continue exploiting Peru's resources? Or are these institutions reflecting a process of democratization of the state? This article explores these questions by examining state institutions in the area of public services. The argument is briefly the following: although still incomplete, the regulatory state in public services means democratic progress compared to the previous form of state intervention based on public owned companies.
|Translated title of the contribution||The regulatory state in Peru|
|State||Published - Jan 1997|
- Intervención del estado
- Participación del Estado
- Servicios públicos