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Ordres contradictoires et coordination destructive : Le malaise iranien

  • Mehrdad Vahabi

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    (ERASME - Equipe de recherche et d'analyse des sociétés Maghreb-Europe - Université Paris VIII - Vincennes Saint-Denis : EA3389)

Le concept de 'mode de coordination' saisit la façon dont une économie est imbriquée dans les relations sociales et influence l'intégration d'une société à travers un 'processus institué'. Trois principaux modes de coordination ont été identifiés dans la littérature, à savoir le mode de coordination par le marché (dont la figure emblématique est l'Angleterre depuis la révolution industrielle), la redistribution (dont l'une des figures emblématiques récentes est l'économie type soviétique), et la réciprocité (dont la figure emblématique est les tribus ou communauté de parenté) (Polanyi 1944, [1957] 1968 ; Lindblom 1977 ; Kornai 1984, 1992). Notre objectif est d'introduire un nouveau type de coordination que nous nommerons 'mode de coordination destructive'. C'est une forme d'intégration sociale par chantage, menace, intimidation, agression, violence, ou nuisance. Ce type de mode de coordination a été pratiquement entièrement négligé dans la littérature, même s'il existe depuis les temps anciens sous différentes formes et variétés. Une illustration récente typique est celle de l'ordre social sous la République Islamique d'Iran.

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Date of creation: 2010
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Publication status: Published, Canadian Journal of Development Studies, 2010, 30, 3-4, 503-534
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