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Institutional Dynamics in a Re-ordering World

Abstract : The chapters in this volume point to a profound re-definition of structuring frames for action and of normative and cognitive reference sets. All chapters, individually and as a whole, document in other words significant institutional transformation. The transnationalization of our world, sometimes hastily labeled “globalization”, is not only – and far from it – about flows of goods, capital or people. Nor is transnationalization simply a discourse even though it does have important discursive dimensions. Our transnationalizing world is a re-ordering world, a world where institutional rules of the game are in serious transition. Furthermore, the chapters in this volume clearly suggest – and many mundane contemporary experiences confirm it – that the impact of re-ordering processes is significant and consequential for our everyday lives. [First paragraph]
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Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic, Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson. Institutional Dynamics in a Re-ordering World. Marie-Laure Salles-Djelic; Kerstin Sahlin-Andersson. Transnational Governance, Cambridge University Press, pp.375 - 397, 2006, 9780521073066. ⟨hal-01891995⟩



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