Proporcionar transparencia: Â¿Hasta quÃ© punto responde el gobierno mexicano a las solicitudes de informaciÃ³n pÃºblica?
AbstractThis empirical study draws on both official and independent assessments during the first years of implementation of Mexicoâ€™s 2003 open government reform. The data show substantial progress overall, combined with significant variation across federal agencies and a growing trend towards official denials of the â€œexistenceâ€ of requested information. The findings indicate that support for and resistance to open government is unevenly distributed across the public sector. Future analysis of varying patterns of agency compliance should address both agency-specific incentives and institutional cultures.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by Center for Global, International and Regional Studies, UC Santa Cruz in its series Center for Global, International and Regional Studies, Working Paper Series with number qt6jb5z70w.
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access to information; transparency; open government; administrative law; Arts and Humanities; Social and Behavioral Sciences;
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