FEDERALISMCARIBBEAN ISLANDSCuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, Trinidad Tobago
CENTRAL AMERICABelize, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panama
SOUTH AMERICAArgentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
NORTH AMERICACanada, Mexico, USA
AFRICAAngola, Cabo Verde, Guine Bissau, Mozambique, Nigeria, Sao Tome and Principe, South Africa, Tanzania
ASIA-PACIFICAustralia, India, Japan, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Philippines, Singapore, South Korea
EUROPEDenmark, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, United Kingdom
TLICS Model FederalismModelo TLICS
CoordinatorProf. Marcio Iorio Aranha
Research Project (in Portuguese)
ABSTRACTFrom the perspective of the information revolution category and dependence of economic development upon ICT, and based upon the Telecommunications Law Indicators for Comparative Studies (TLICS) Model, this research topic builds upon the prescriptive hermeneutics, institutional theory of law and the operative tools of institutional guarantees to assure the commensurability of the juridical aspects of institutional variables adopted by the comparative research studies dealing with the relationship between development and ICT.RESUMO
Esta linha de pesquisa parte das categorias da revolução informacional e da dependência entre desenvolvimento econômico e TIC para, utilizando-se do Modelo TLICS (Indicadores de Direito das Telecomunicações para Estudos Comparados), apoiar-se na hermenêutica prescritiva, na teoria institucional do direito e no conceito operacional das garantias institucionais para comprovação científica da comensurabilidade entre as dimensões jurídicas das variáveis institucionais utilizadas em estudos comparados referentes à relação entre desenvolvimento e TIC.
TLICS MODEL - Description
The Telecommunications Law Indicators for Comparative Studies (TLICS) Model is a hermeneutical process, as decipherment of meanings, applied to the identification of basic components that act as building blocks of institutional variables used in the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) comparative research at the national and regional levels. It focuses on institutional variables influenced by a given legal framework from the perspective of the information revolution and dependence of economic development upon ICT. The TLICS Model builds upon prescriptive hermeneutics, the institutional theory of law, and the theory of the institutional guarantees, in order to provide data sets of commensurable legal concepts for comparative purposes. Below you will find the basic articles that shape the TLICS Model under the TLICS Model Theoretical Framework, and the form model for gathering legal information. The data organized up to date is available at the left side bar.
TLICS MODEL - Theoretical Framework
1) Review of the Literature on ICT Comparative Analysis (in Portuguese) - PAPER2) TLICS Model: Hermeneutics (in English) - PAPER3) Papers on the TLICS Model applied to the Institutional Variable of Federalism (in English) - PAPERS4) Book on the TLICS Model applied to the Institutional Variable of Federalism (in English) - BOOK
TLICS MODEL - FEDERALISM2012-2018
- Guides for Legal Data Gathering (step-by-step, dimensions/indicators/variables, data gathering template, data forms template, data tables per country)- Data Gathered (selection - forms - tables)- Participants: Antonio Alex Pinheiro; Dâmaris Regina Dias Guimarães da Rocha; Egon Guterres; Guilherme Carvalho Stefani; Henrique Bawden Silverio de Castro; Isabella Galvão Arruda; João Hugo Costa de Vasconcelos; José Maria Cruz; Lucas Barbosa de Araújo; Marcio Zanatta; Marco Antônio do Amaral Filho; Natasha Macedo Dalcomuni (Menção Honrosa no 16º Congresso de Iniciação Científica do DF); Nathalie Gazzaneo; Rafaela Lobo Falcão; Rodrigo Nery Cardoso.- Relatórios e resumos (uso interno)
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