Montero, S.

Paginas: 1-21
Año: 2016
Volumen: 20
Número: 30
Lugar: Latin American Perspectives
Abstract: “Best practices” are either celebrated as inspirational examples that can spur policy change and learning in other places or critiqued as “one-size-fits-all” models that do not consider the complexity of local contexts. Less is known about the forms of power, governance, and legitimacy that are embedded in the construction and mobilization of certain policies as world policy models. Critical examination of the concept of “best practice” in the case of Bogotá’s Ciclovía, a weekly 70-mile street-closure program to promote urban biking and physical exercise, sheds light on the shifting rationalities and constellations of local and transnational actors, networks, and agendas that have shaped the program from its experimental beginnings in the 1970s through its construction as an international best practice in the 2000s

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