Transitional Justice and Economic Policy

Título traducido de la contribución: Justicia Transicional y Política Económica

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Resumen

El campo de la justicia transicional ha enfrentado varios desafíos en su relativa
corta vida útil. El último de estos desafíos es la reivindicación de ampliar su
la posibilidad de incorporar las cuestiones relacionadas con la justicia social y el desarrollo. Y en pocos años, la posibilidad y adecuación de un sistema más grueso o más holístico.
las concepciones de la justicia transicional se han convertido en una corriente dominante. No obstante, desde sus inicios, estos nuevos enfoques han sido objeto de críticas tanto dentro como fuera del campo. Este artículo describe la trayectoria del debate académico sobre la ampliación de la justicia transicional para que abarque las preocupaciones socioeconómicas, así como sus principales limitaciones. Comienza explorandolas principales razones que llevaron a la marginación histórica de la sociedad civil.
preocupaciones en la teoría y la práctica de la justicia transicional. A continuación, se examinan las razones que justifican la aplicación de enfoques más amplios de la justicia de transición.
y concluye con una discusión de los principales retos y limitaciones que estos
de las propuestas.
Idioma originalInglés estadounidense
Páginas (desde-hasta)397-410
Número de páginas14
PublicaciónAnnual Review of Law and Social Science
Volumen14
EstadoPublicada - oct 15 2018

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Transitional Justice and Economic Policy. / Prada Uribe, Maria Angelica; Urueña, René.

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Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a una revistaArtículo

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