Participatory budgeting in Brazilian cities: Limits and possibilities in building democratic institutions

TitleParticipatory budgeting in Brazilian cities: Limits and possibilities in building democratic institutions
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2001
AuthorsSouza C
JournalEnvironment and Urbanization
Volume13
Issue1
Pagination159-184
Source DocumentAccessible with appropriate permission
Displaying 1 - 1 of 1 records found.
Titlesort descending
Type

Participatory Budgeting in Porto Alegre, Brazil

Case
This case was originally researched and compiled for the SES Library by Matt Cohen in 2013 for the Arizona State University course SOS 591: Applied Robustness Analysis in Social Ecological Systems. The resource appropriated is the city's municipal budget.  Local laws enable a participatory process in which citizens influence budget allocations through collaborative deliberation.  Citizens holding neighborhood-scale interests deliberate on allocations of the city-wide budget, a finite resource...
09 Aug 2016