• Gelacio Juan Ramón Gutiérrez Ocegueda Professor-Researcher, "C", Department of Social Law, Division of Legal Studies, University Center for Social Sciences and Humanities, University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico
  • Edgar Gutiérrez Aceves Lawyer Graduated from University of Guadalajara, Jalisco, México, with a Master's Degree and Doctorate in Law from the Institute of Higher Legal Studies of Jalisco, México



Public Policies, Intellectual Property, Creative Economy Overrun

Abstract [English]

Introduction. I.- The Origins of Studies on Agenda Formation and Public Problems. Ii.- The Formation of Agendas Like Object of Study of Political Science. Iii.- What They are and How Agendas are Formed. Iv.- The Institutional Variable. V.- The Effectiveness and Efficiency as Distinctive Signs of Policies Public. Vi.- The Decision-Making Process of Public Policies. Vii.- The Adaptability of Public Policies in Contexts Different. Viii.- Differences that the Concepts Keep Between Each Other Polity, Politics and Policy from The Disciplinary Side Of Public Politics. Ix.- Approaches And Distances Between Public Policies and Governmental Policies. X.- Policies Public, Democracy and Governance. Xi.- The Flow of Policies Public. Xii.- Steps for the Analysis of Public Policies. Xiii.- The Political in Different Properties. Xiv.- Public Policies, Intellectual Property nd Creative Economy. Conclusions. Bibliography.


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How to Cite

Gutiérrez Ocegueda, G. J. R., & Aceves, E. G. (2023). PUBLIC POLICIES, INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND CREATIVE ECONOMY. International Journal of Research -GRANTHAALAYAH, 11(11), 39–57.