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Contester par projets. Le cas des monnaies locales associatives

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  • Blanc, Jérôme

Les monnaies associatives à circulation locale et commerciale, qui ont émergé en France depuis 2010 principalement, sont construites sur des fondements contestataires en vue d’une économie alternative et prennent la forme de projets destinés à agir sur la réalité. Elles font donc converger la critique et l’initiative. Ce texte analyse en quoi l’emploi de la catégorie du projet par les militants peut avoir un effet retour sur la portée de la contestation elle-même. À cette fin, ce texte commence par caractériser ce qui relève de la critique ou de la contestation dans les initiatives de monnaies associatives. Il poursuit en montrant en quoi ces initiatives relèvent de la forme du projet et souligne la contradiction possible entre projet et contestation du capitalisme dans sa forme néolibérale. Il ébauche la catégorie de « cité par projets solidaires » afin de rendre compte du genre particulier de projet que sont les monnaies locales associatives. L’examen d’une initiative monétaire associative particulière au filtre de la gestion de projet permet d’identifier les décalages que cette dernière occasionne sur le projet lui-même, et interroge la capacité de tels projets de réaliser leur dimension alternative et donc de contribuer à la transformation sociale désirée.

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Article provided by Association Recherche et Régulation in its journal Revue de la Régulation - Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoirs.

Volume (Year): 18 (2015)
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  1. J.P. Brechet & A. Desreumaux, 2006. "Le projet dans l'action collective," Post-Print hal-00286472, HAL.
  2. Jérôme Blanc, 2011. "Classifying "CCs": Community, complementary and local currencies' types and generations," Post-Print halshs-00583587, HAL.
  3. Jérôme Blanc & Marie Fare, 2014. "Les dispositifs de monnaies locales en quête de ressources : entre expérimentation et modèles socio-économiques," Post-Print halshs-01067419, HAL.
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