Hacia un modelo de Metagobernanza para Gipuzkoa: El caso de Etorkizuna Eraikiz

Xabier Barandiaran

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El presente artículo está orientado al análisis y descripción del programa de gobierno Etorkizuna Eraikiz implementado por la Diputación Foral de Gipzukoa. Este artículo aborda este análisis desde un ejercicio reflexivo centrado en los conceptos de gobernanza y meta-gobernanza como manifestaciones de las nuevas condiciones para el ejercicio del buen gobierno y la competitividad territoriales. Etorkizuna Eraikiz se erige como el primer paso para el establecimiento organizado de las condiciones para una nueva gobernanza del territorio más colaborativa y abierta. El objetivo de este programa es visualizar y garantizar los mecanismos necesarios para la institucionalización de un nuevo sistema de deliberación compartida con la ciudadanía y los principales agentes e instituciones territoriales de Gipuzkoa, para afrontar sus principales retos de futuro

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