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Gouvernance, marché et régulation sociétale : une question de confiance ou de... légitimité ? Retour à l'économie politique

  • Jean-Pierre Galavielle

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    (CES - Centre d'économie de la Sorbonne - CNRS : UMR8174 - Université Paris I - Panthéon-Sorbonne)

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    L'autorité du politique est fortement contestée au nom du dogme de l'ingouvernabilité. Dans ce contexte de bouleversements majeurs résultants de la mondialisation, le politique, pilote jusque là légitime de la régulation sociétale, est progressivement marginalisé au profit d'un marché dont les imperfections n'ont pas disparu pour autant. Le besoin de régulation se faisant toujours sentir, de nouvelles problématiques émergent parmi lesquelles, les parties prenantes, la confiance, la gouvernance, le leadership, etc. Le tout sous la houlette d'une société civile, considérée ici et là, comme le meilleur agent régulateur de la société. La question qui est posée ici est celle de savoir de quelle légitimité la société civile dispose-t-elle pour prétendre assurer cette régulation ?.

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