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La Crise Grecque : Un Scandale Manqué


  • Jeremy Morales

    () (ESCP-EAP - ESCP-EAP - Ecole Supérieure de Commerce de Paris)

  • Yves Gendron

    () (CIRRELT - Laboratoire CIRRELT Université Laval Quebec - Universite Laval (Quebec))

  • Henri Guenin-Paracini

    () (CIRRELT - Laboratoire CIRRELT Université Laval Quebec - Universite Laval (Quebec))


This paper studies the reinforcement of state managerialism in a context of potentially destabilising crises. Through the case of the Greek making-up of its public accounts, we analyse problematizing trajectories followed in the media and that participate in the naturalisation of neoliberalism by producing a collective interpretation favouring the perpetuation of the status quo.

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  • Jeremy Morales & Yves Gendron & Henri Guenin-Paracini, 2012. "La Crise Grecque : Un Scandale Manqué," Post-Print hal-00690951, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00690951
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    1. Harvey, David, 2007. "A Brief History of Neoliberalism," OUP Catalogue, Oxford University Press, number 9780199283279.
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    Greek crisis; neoliberalism; problematizing trajectories; Crise grecque; néolibéralisme; trajectoires problématisantes;

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