Design Analysis of National Concurrent Policies from the Federalism Perspective
Oscar López Chan
The document proposes a focus to analyze the conformity of policy making of a national concurrent policy with the federalism. Two basic elements to the analysis are the categories structure y operating, furthermore the federal theory. The first is the formal structure of a federal system, and the second is its expected operating as federalism. This understanding allows identifying the features of policy making of national concurrent policies in a federal system, and building a policy design analysis model, called federalist perspective.
The argued thesis is that in a federal system, the federated entities, as recognized partners, by own right can participate in the making of national concurrent policies. This participation is crucial to call its federals.
Key words: Federalism; Federal Policy; Policies Planning; Policies Formulation; Intergovernmental Relations