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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.101.2015.tde-20072015-120420
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Author
Full name
Suhayla Mohamed Khalil Viana
E-mail
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2015
Supervisor
Committee
Almeida, Maria Herminia Brandao Tavares de (President)
Marques, Moisés da Silva
Carneiro, Cristiane de Andrade Lucena
Milani, Carlos Roberto Sanchez
Souza, André de Mello e
Title in Portuguese
Cooperação internacional para o desenvolvimento e interesses organizados: os atores privados na cooperação técnica entre países em desenvolvimento brasileira
Keywords in Portuguese
Cooperação internacional para o desenvolvimento
CTPD brasileira
Grupos de interesse
Interesses organizados
Política externa
Abstract in Portuguese
O presente trabalho aborda a atuação de atores privados nos programas brasileiros de cooperação internacional para o desenvolvimento. Sua contribuição específica é tratar aqueles atores como grupos de interesse que perseguem objetivos próprios. A literatura que se dedica ao estudo de atores privados na cooperação internacional para o desenvolvimento (CID) tem considerado as organizações não-governamentais como os atores privados clássicos desse tipo de atividade. Alicerçada em premissas construtivistas, parcela substancial de tal literatura defende que os atores privados que atuam na CID se diferenciam dos outros atores por realizarem a prática de advocacy e, assim, defenderem interesses coletivos. Ao mesmo tempo, a globalização e o processo de liberalização política que atingiu diferentes países latino-americanos modificaram a natureza da política externa, que, além de representar interesses coletivos no plano internacional, passou a ter de negociar mais intensamente interesses setoriais, a partir de sua inserção no conflito distributivo interno. Apesar disso, o estudo da atuação desses atores privados como grupos de interesse na formulação de política externa ainda constitui uma área a ser explorada na literatura. Tal lacuna se aprofunda significativamente nos estudos sobre a atuação de atores privados na CID. Esta tese busca, por meio do diálogo com a literatura pertinente, auxiliar no preenchimento desses vazios.
Title in English
International cooperation for development and organized interests: private actors and brazilian technical cooperation for development among developing countries
Keywords in English
Brazilian TCDC
Interest groups
International cooperation for development
Organized interests; Foreign policy
Abstract in English
This thesis approaches the participation of private actors in the Brazilian international cooperation for development programs. Its specific contribution is to treat those actors as interest groups who pursuit self-interests. The literature about private actors in international cooperation for development considers non-governmental organizations to be the classic private actors involved in this activity. Based on constructivist assumptions, a substantial part of that literature proposes the private actors who participate in international cooperation for development are different from the other actors because the former makes advocacy instead of lobbying and, therefore, support collective interests. At the same time, globalization and the process of political liberalization which occurred in many Latin- American countries modified the nature of foreign policy. In this new scenario, beyond to represent collective interests in the international arena, foreign policy decision makers have been pressured to negotiate with specific interests. Despite of that, the field of study about interest groups in foreign policy decision making process rests almost unexplored. This gap deepen significantly in the literature about private actors in international cooperation for development. This thesis objective is to help to fill those gaps.
 
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2015-07-28
 
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