Combining open state data with private data, mining prospecting consultants, for Last Database example, now have better information than state regulatory agencies. Likewise, an important part of the new informality in the Last Database economy works on the basis of applications whose regulation has become virtually impossible, in part because in a precarious economy, apps also function as unemployment insurance and as a subordinate network of social protection. Finally, the breakdown of the informational monopoly also breaks the monopoly of coercion on which the state's ability to legitimately regulate social interactions is based. How do you regulate better with worse Last Database relative information? In short, state institutions and their power are challenged from above and below.
What are the challenges facing Last Database Boric and his government in this plane? Chile today has a model of exhausted economic growth, in its political sociology and in its moral economy. The old model, the one that in the words of President Piñera days before the Last Database outbreak of 2019 consecrated Chile as an "oasis" in the Latin American desert, is broken. The actors, institutions and repertoires that made it "work" today lack legitimacy. This lack of legitimacy, however, does Last Database not translate into the articulation of an alternative.
Chile has unique Last Database conditions to become a green power through the production of renewable energies (solar, wind, green hydrogen) and the exploitation, in a sustainable key, of elementary raw materials for clean industries (for example, copper, which is increasingly in Last Database demand as a driver, and lithium, key for the production of batteries). However, exploiting these riches requires not only doing so in an environmental key, but also providing incentives for investment in a context in which regulatory frameworks are being strongly challenged and under review (in the Constitutional Convention), and in Last Database which territorial conflict and Collective action repertoires at the local level have for years focused on opposition to extractive industries.