Democracy At Work
Pathways To Well-Being In Brazil
de Brian (Boise State University, Idaho) Wampler, Michael (University Of Miami) Touchton e Natasha Borges (University Of Wisconsin, Milwaukee) Sugiyama
Sobre o livro
Democratic practices - participation, citizenship rights, and an inclusionary state - enhance human development. The book uncovers how local democratic governance improves well-being, related to poverty, health, women's empowerment, and education. Municipalities that invest in democracy attain greater human development. Commitments to democracy thus have real consequences for citizens.