Gouvernance, marché et régulation sociétale : une question de confiance ou de... légitimité ? Retour à l'économie politique
AbstractThe authority of polity is strongly questioned on the grounds of the dogma of ungovernability. In this context of major upheavals resulting from globalisation, polity, until then the legitimate pilot of societal regulation, is progressively outplayed in favour of a market, the shortcomings of which have by no means disappeared. As the need for regulation continues to be manifest, new uncertainties emerge, such as stakeholders, confidence, governance, leadership and so on. All this under the colours of civil society considered here and there as the best regulatory agent of society. The question is thus the following : what is the legitimacy of the civil society to pretend to provide this regulation ?.
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Market law; ungovernability; civil society; stakeholders; confidence; leadership; legitimacy.;
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