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L'agenda de la gouvernance

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  • Jean Cartier-Bresson

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    (Cemotev - Centre d'études sur la mondialisation, les conflits, les territoires et les vulnérabilités - Université de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines : EA4457)

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    L'agenda de la gouvernance est exposé dans ses diverses dimensions : théorique, discursive, démonstrative et opérationnelle. La première section analyse le passage de la lutte anti-corruption aux réformes multidimensionnelles de la gouvernance ainsi que la diversité des fondements théoriques du concept. La seconde section explique la fragilité des approches institutionnelles qui ne prennent pas en compte les conflits politiques et la présence de rapports clientélistes dans les pays en développement. Elle argumente sur le fait que les institutions de la transition institutionnelle ne sont jamais des institutions de premier rang. Enfin, la troisième section présente les limites des indicateurs de gouvernance et met en garde contre l'apparition de l'empirisme en économie du développement.

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    Keywords: gouvernance ; corruption ; clientélisme ; réformes institutionnelles ; rhétorique ; indicateur;

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    1. Romain Wacziarg, 2002. "Review of Easterly's The Elusive Quest for Growth," Journal of Economic Literature, American Economic Association, vol. 40(3), pages 907-918, September.
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