Dynamic of economic referentials of public action: participation of actors in definition of collective choice (electric and water public utilities case study) (In French)
This paper discusses the economic referentials which underlie public intervention. First part presents our institutional approach. This one goes away from works based on rules as constraints or contracts between individualities. Our approach is based on rules as relations between actors which are part of social environment. Second part presents a tipology of economic referentials of public action and the principles of one\'s dynamic. Next, we propose a contextualisation using the electric and water public utilities case study.
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