LEGISLATIVE OPENESS IN THE SOUTHERN CONE. WHAT ABOUT THE DATA?

Juan Ignacio Belbis

As open data initiatives have spread throughout the world they have come across different political, institutional and cultural contexts. This study aims to bring the magnifying glass closer to a segment of this great phenomenon: the opening of legislative data. In particular, this work focuses on the Southern Cone of Latin America, comparing the processes of opening legislative data of Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay. The analysis model was based on the metaphor of the operating ecosystem and was presented in a primary matrix of four components: context, open data provision, use and impact. Different methodological tools were applied to analyze each country and their levels of legislative opening in order to present an effective comparison.

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