REV IISE, San Juan, Vol 5 - N° 5, año 2013
Tramas sociales en torno del plan estratégico vitivinícola
Argentina) y al mismo PEVI, difusa,
parcial y no integral, burocrática y con poca
participación del sector privado - encierra
el peligro de sesgo.
Metodológicamente, se llevó a cabo un
estudio de caso basado en análisis de datos
secundarios y entrevistas a agentes de
donde se derivan algunas posiciones
PALABRAS CLAVE: políticas públicas –
Estado – tramas - organizaciones.
The grape growing and processing in
the province of San Juan structured the
Viticultural Base Agroindustrial Complex,
their supply chains and their induced and
satellite industries. San Juan´s society and
the state - by the state policies - engaged in
The role of the state in the formulation
and implementation of the PEVI (Wine
was and remains as the articulator about
demands and positions of the various actors
and mediator between the interests thereof.
Analysis of social patterns generated
by the PEVI requires study as a public
policy and consequently to account for the
complexity of its origin, of the multiplicity
of organizations involved. The notion of
Territory - understood as a space where
they appear and social of dispute resolution,
exhibit - contributes to the understanding
of why the participation of the different
actors in the formulation and execution of
the study Public Policy.
The overall objective of this research is
to describe the social networks around
the formulation and implementation of
the Viti-vinicultural Strategic Plan. The
role of the state in all the stages that the
plan has been passing through so far; b) the
relationships/behaviors of the participating
organizations; c) the organizations that
were created from the need to implement
this particular public policy.
The plan´s evaluation is a critical point by
its features - ex-post, external to COVIAR
(Argentina Wine Corporation) and the
same plan, diffuse, partial and nonintegral,
bureaucratic and low private sector
participation - has the danger of bias.
Methodologically, was conducted a case
study based on analysis of secondary data
and interviews with agents from which it
derive some positions.
KEYWORDS: publicpolicy - state -
networks - organizations