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Les Quasi-Marches Dans L'Aide A Domicile: Une Mise En Perspective Europeenne

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  • Laurent Gardin
  • Marthe Nyssens
  • Paolo Minguzzi
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    L'aide à domicile est emblématique d'importantes mutations à l'œuvre dans les sociétés européennes. L'objet de l'article est d'analyser les enjeux sous-jacents à l'évolution des modes de régulation vers les quasi-marchés. Dans la première partie, nous rappelons la nature des modes de régulations historiques de l'aide à domicile dans chacun des pays qui façonnent ainsi des régimes de care. Ensuite, nous analysons comment l'introduction de régulations quasi-marchandes vient se greffer et ainsi infléchir les régimes de care. Enfin, nous analysons en quoi la présence d'échecs du marché soulève des questions toutes particulières en terme de régulation publique. Copyright © 2010 The Authors Annals of Public and Cooperative Economics © 2010 CIRIEC.

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    Volume (Year): 81 (2010)
    Issue (Month): 4 (December)
    Pages: 509-536

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    1. Florence Gallois & Martino Nieddu, 2014. "Centralisme marchand versus bricolage territorial ? Le plan Borloo face à la réalité des services à la personne," Working Papers halshs-00952287, HAL.

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