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Analyse critique du discours et de la doctrine de la mondialisation

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  • Michel, L.
  • Su, Z.
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    Cet article examine le fondement du discours sur la mondialisation pour en degager les significations latentes. Les principales perspectives de la mondialisation suggerent des tendances sociohistoriques qui sont analysees a travers quatre courants theoriques. Notre acception des phénomenes en cause propose un courant historique dont l'objet est d'etudier la tendance qui considere la mondialisation en termes d'accumulation periodique des flux d'échanges economiques internationaux autour d'objets sans cesse renouvelés. Le courant liberal interprete le sens de la nouvelle dynamique manageriale qui heberge les interactions des entreprises et de l'Etat.

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    Paper provided by Laval - Faculte des sciences de administration in its series Papers with number 98-025.

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    Length: 34 pages
    Date of creation: 1998
    Handle: RePEc:fth:lavadm:98-025
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