Monika Dowbor Ph.D., is a political scientist, researcher at the Brazilian Center of Analysis and Planning (Cebrap) since 2006 and post doctoral student at the Center for Metropolitan Studies since February 2014. Her major theoretical interest includes State and civil society (social movements) interactions in the public policies. Since 2007 she has focused her research on the public health system. In her Ph.D, concluded in 2012, she analyzed the role of Sanitário Movement in the promotion of universal right to health since 1970s until today.
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Most accounts of social sector reform in Latin America portray middle-class professionals as unmovable obstacles, while state elites from above or social...