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About Scherlis’ work, the author of the foreword to the book Marcos Novaro said that it "highlights the need to complement an awareness of citizens and elites about the inefficiencies and distortions that this situation imposes on political competition and the quality of public policies with new rules in the electoral system as in the administration of state resources ". Regarding Laría’s chapter, Novaro said that it "reveals a paradox that has not stopped surprising those who study the Kirchners, that although being a political project so inclined to promote and extend state intervention on the economy and, generally on the social life, it had at the same time, very little interest in strengthening the administrative apparatus."
Gerardo Scherlis is researcher at the CONICET, an associate professor in the Faculty of Law at the UBA and a research associate of CIPPEC. He has taught post-graduate courses in the universities Di Tella, Belgrano, Litoral, UBA and Leiden. He currently leads a project on the legal regulation of political parties in Latin America at the Gioia Institute of the Faculty of Law of the UBA. He holds a PhD cum laude in political science from the University of Leiden (Netherlands), and is lawyer and graduate in political science from the UBA.
Aleardo Laría is lawyer and journalist. As political scientist he has written three essays published by the Latin American Group Editor: "Institutional quality and presidentialism: the two unresolved issues of Argentina", "European parliamentary system. The advantages of parliamentarism "and "Populist religion". He was one of the founders of the FURN (University Federation of the National Revolution) and in 1977 he went into exile in Spain, where he worked as counsel for the General Union of Workers.
Jimena Zúñiga, Executive Director of Digital Bastion and Ricardo López Göttig, academic counselor of CADAL.
Gerardo Scherlis, Aleardo Laría and Sebastián Acevedo.
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Marina Wollmann, Gabriel Salvia and Kazuya Hasegawa.