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La théorie consociative : caractéristiques générales et applications au Luxembourg (1ère partie)

  • CLEMENT Franz
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    Dans le cadre de deux « Working Papers », nous allons nous intéresser à la théorie dite « consociative ». Dans le présent numéro, nous nous intéresserons au principal promoteur et penseur de la théorie : le Néerlandais Arend LIJPHART. Nous verrons ensuite comment sa théorie s’est développée en reprenant son évolution chronologique allant de ses premiers développements en 1968 aux derniers remontant à 2002. Un second « working paper » se chargera ultérieurement de voir comment la théorie consociative trouve à s’appliquer au Luxembourg.

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    Length: 28 pages
    Date of creation: Oct 2011
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    Handle: RePEc:irs:cepswp:2011-50
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