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Réseaux et régulation : Pour un institutionnalisme néo-structural

Abstract : The 2015 Recherche & Régulation conference has shown that the Ecole de la Régulation, often associated with macro-economic theories, is focusing more systematically and increasingly on the variety of meso-level forms of regulation. This contribution sketches a possible combination of the Regulation Theory in economics with neo-structural sociology by looking at political action from the perspective of investments in building multilevel and dynamic relational infrastructures that organized collective actors use to promote their regulatory interests, run established institutions or build new ones. The case of the emergence of a new European intellectual property regime, in which patents are used to privatize knowledge, is used to illustrate this combined approach through a network study of the collegial oligarchy that has orchestrated the current emergence of the European Unified Patent Court.
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Emmanuel Lazega. Réseaux et régulation : Pour un institutionnalisme néo-structural. Revue de la régulation. Capitalisme, institutions, pouvoirs, Association Recherche et régulation, 2016, pp.en ligne. ⟨hal-01800212⟩



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