Leçons d'une crise financière : contrôle social comme innovation règlementaire
In light of the 2007-08 crisis, this article aims at studying the need for innovative alternative financial regulation in order to improve the mechanisms of social control in highly liberalized and financialized capitalist economies. From this perspective, the first section presents the foundations of the oppositions on the issue of social control and regulation and assesses the relevance of liberalized finance self-regulation process assumed to spontaneously guarantee social consistency. The second section brings to the fore the monetary and financial characteristics of capitalism and argues, in an institutionalist vein, in favor of an alternative financial regulation as a social control device consistent with the systemic stability and viability.
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|Date of creation:||2014|
|Publication status:||Published in Lamotte B., Le Roy A., Massit C., Puissant E. Innovations sociales, innovations économiques : XXXIVes journées de l'Association d'économie sociale, Presses universitaires de Louvain, pp.111-127, 2014, Cahiers du Cirtes, hors-Série|
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