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¿Después de Evita…qué? Análisis sobre la sucesión política en un partido carismático

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Este artículo pretende aportar conocimiento sobre uno de los grandes problemas que trae aparejado un liderazgo carismático: la sucesión del líder. El caso de estudio es el de Eva Perón, un tipo particular de liderazgo que compartió en forma simultánea con Juan D. Perón. El trabajo también analiza el rol político de quien fuera elegida para intentar reemplazarla, Delia Degliuomini de Parodi. / This article aims to provide knowledge about charismatic leadership and dilemmas that arise with succession to the disappearance of their leader. The case study is about Eva Peron, a particular kind of leadership because it was a double charismatic leadership and shared with President Juan D. Peron. It also discusses the political role of who was chosen to replace her, Delia Degliuomini de Parodi.

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  • Carolina Barry, 2017. "¿Después de Evita…qué? Análisis sobre la sucesión política en un partido carismático," CEMA Working Papers: Serie Documentos de Trabajo. 616, Universidad del CEMA.
  • Handle: RePEc:cem:doctra:616
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