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Problématiques hétérodoxes du travail en économie : quel avenir

  • Pascal Ughetto


    (LATTS - Laboratoire Techniques, Territoires et Sociétés - CNRS : UMR8134 - Université Paris-Est - Ecole des Ponts ParisTech)

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    Face à l'extension et au renouvellement de l'analyse d'inspiration néo-classique, la légitimité d'analyses hétérodoxes en économie du travail n'est plus aussi assurée qu'auparavant. La perspective hétérodoxe conserve cependant une portée qui lui est propre parce qu'elle est associée à des problématiques qui sont inaccessibles à l'analyse dominante, en particulier celles des sujets au travail et des modèles de travail qui en découlent.

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    Date of creation: 09 Apr 2000
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    Publication status: Published, Economies et Sociétés série Economie du travail, 2000, XXXIV, 4, 5-44
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