Autoritarismo y modernización de la Administración Pública española durante el franquismo

Every State needs an Administration that works as an executing arm of its purposes and, at the same time, the latter is pervaded in its action by the nature of the political regime that confers identity to the State. Therefore, it’s no wonder that during Francoism the Spanish Public Administration t... Deskribapen osoa

Egile nagusia: Giménez Martínez, Miguel Ángel
Formatua: Artikulua
Hizkuntza: Gaztelania
Argitaratua: 2014
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Laburpena: Every State needs an Administration that works as an executing arm of its purposes and, at the same time, the latter is pervaded in its action by the nature of the political regime that confers identity to the State. Therefore, it’s no wonder that during Francoism the Spanish Public Administration turned into a powerful instrument that operated at the service of the dictatorship’s ideological principles. Although the inefficiency of this model, which disregarded general interests, tried to be corrected as of the decade of the 50s, attempts to change the Administration collided with the authoritarian essence of the regime, which obstructed its effective modernisation. Starting from a multidisciplinary approach that combines the exegesis of the legal texts with the revision of the doctrinal contributions, this article analyses the development of the Spanish Administration in the 1936-1975 period, attending to its legal shape and the evolution of its structures.