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Capital social y políticas públicas: análisis del efecto del programa de coinversión social sobre las organizaciones de la sociedad civil

  • Patricia López Rodríguez

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    (Universidad Iberoamericana)

  • Isidro Soloaga

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    (El Colegio de México)

  • Rodolfo de la Torre García

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    (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas)

Este estudio se deriva de la evaluación del Programa de Coinversión Social (PCS), el cual aporta recursos financieros a las Organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil (OSCs) para el desarrollo de grupos vulnerables y con rezago mediante el fomento de su capital social. Para la evaluación, se analizó la relación del capital social con el PCS y el fortalecimiento de las OSCs. Se llevó a cabo un estudio cualitativo y cuantitativo, el primero consistió en entrevistas a profundidad y grupos focales; el segundo en una encuesta con dos instrumentos aplicados a las OSCs y a los beneficiarios. Se utilizó el análisis de componentes principales y la metodología de variables latentes para estimar los aspectos no observables y multidimensionales de los conceptos de capital social y fortalecimiento institucional. Se estimaron dos Modelos de Ecuaciones Estructurales (SEM) para captar la influencia mutua entre los indicadores de ambos conceptos, así como su relación, los cuales generaron resultados similares: el PCS fortalece a las OSCs para el desarrollo de sus proyectos, su capital social se obtiene de esta forma. Las OSCs cuentan con capital social entre sus miembros y su población objetivo, crean redes con otras OSCs donde se identifican e intercambia información y apoyo, y fomentan cohesión social. Se identificaron los elementos que determinan el fortalecimiento institucional y el capital social de las OSCs, su conocimiento podría contribuir a focalizar los apoyos del PCS para el logro de sus objetivos.

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