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Competition Regulation in Africa: Between Global and Local

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The literature on globalization takes the nation-state seriously, but the issue is generally polarizing. On the one hand, globalization is understood to imply a decline of national polities and their order-creating capacities with a parallel increasing role for markets and market logics (Held and McGrew 1998; Ohmae 1995; Strange 1996). On the other hand, the demise of the nation-state is contested and its role re-affirmed as central in the context of multi-level governance (Boyer and Drache 1996; Hirst and Thompson 1996). [First paragraph]
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hal-01891964 , version 1 (10-10-2018)

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Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic. Competition Regulation in Africa: Between Global and Local: A Banyan Tree Story. Gilli Drori; Markus Höllerer; Peter Walgenbach. Global Themes and Local Variations in Organization and Management, Routledge, pp.91 - 104, 2013, 9780415807685. ⟨hal-01891964⟩
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