Derecha e izquierda: Razones y significados de una by Norberto Bobbio

By Norberto Bobbio

Taurus celebra su sesenta aniversario recuperando uno de los títulos más emblemáticos de su catálogo, Derecha e izquierda, un auténtico best-seller del pensamiento político

¿Existen aún l. a. izquierda y los angeles derecha? Norberto Bobbio, uno de los mayores pensadores políticos contemporáneos, respondió positivamente a esta pregunta, adentrándose en su núcleo teórico para restablecer, de manera clara, brillante y eficaz, el sentido de ambos términos.

Con motivo de su sesenta aniversario, Taurus recupera uno de los títulos más emblemáticos de su catálogo, cuando se cumplen también veinte años desde los angeles primera publicación de este best-seller del pensamiento político y diez años desde el fallecimiento del autor. Las reflexiones de Bobbio no sólo están más vigentes que nunca, sino que cobran dimensión.
Se habla hoy de fin del bipartidismo, trouble de las ideologías, desafección de l. a. política... En el debate genuine se incorporan nuevas voces; cobran protagonismo problemáticas transversales en principio ajenas a l. a. dicotomía izquierda-derecha; los partidos tienden a presentar programas cada vez más parecidos. Sin embargo, a medida que el tiempo pasa, l. a. pertinencia de las reflexiones de Bobbio se renueva, y los angeles fuerza de sus argumentos se intensifica.

La crítica ha dicho:

«Pocas guías son tan claras como l. a. obra de Bobbio para iniciar una expedición por l. a. polémica del poder.»
Jesús Silva-Herzog Márquez, Letras Libres

«Si este libro sigue estando de actualidad, es sobre todo por lo que en él se expresa: una necesidad de recuperar el sentido de los angeles política.»
Daniel Cohn-Bendit

«La más ingeniosa y contundente defensa de las categorías tradicionales de izquierda y derecha. Este libro sienta las bases de los angeles discusión sobre el tema e ilustra algunas de las paradojas del discurso político reciente. Un análisis sencillo, lúcido, minucioso y riguroso.»
John grey, The Times

«Un análisis sobrio y perspicaz de las variaciones y combinaciones a las que pueden someterse las nociones de libertad, igualdad, y autoridad.»
Robert Maggiori, Libération

«El pensamiento de Bobbio rechaza las líneas demasiado radicales y acepta l. a. relatividad sin renuncias por ello a l. a. coherencia. Es al mismo tiempo exigente y modesto, prudente y tenaz. Sería un blunders considerar sus análisis obsoletos.»
Roger-Pol Droit, Le Monde

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1991) – there is a multiplicity of questions concerning appointment and recall procedures of central bank officials, setting of monetary policy targets and lending conditions enjoyed by governments when borrowing from a central bank. On the other end of the spectrum, Banaian et al. (1995) use a simple independence dummy based on absence of government override for monetary policy decisions and find that it is significant in inflation equations when controlling for other variables. De Haan and Kooi (1997) disaggregate traditional central bank indices into two elements – conservativeness (aversion to inflation) and independence 14 Monetary policy objectives (autonomy to use instruments to achieve given ends).

Akhand (1998) and Banaian et al. (1998) find the relationship between independence and inflation fragile and largely inconclusive. Cornwall and Cornwall (1998) and Fuhrer (1997) go even further, demonstrating that central bank independence is insignificant for inflation, but has negative consequences for growth and unemployment. A similar though subtly different point is made by Posen who claims there is no evidence to support the hypothesis that ‘the mechanism by which central bank independence leads to low inflation is the enhancement of credibility of commitments to price stability .

Competition for 16 Monetary policy objectives dominance can lead to strategic behaviour by monetary and fiscal authorities to test the other one, resulting in suboptimal outcomes (Alesina 1988, 1989). This ‘high-stake game of chicken’ (Forder 1998a) can be very dramatic indeed. Barnhart and Darrat (1988), Brown and Yousefi (1996), Giannaros and Kolluri (1985), Karras (1994) and Protopapadakis and Siegel (1987) find no or little evidence of monetisation of budget deficits, while Burdekin and Laney (1988), Burdekin and Wohar (1990), De Haan and Zelhorst (1990), Demopoulos et al.

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