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Mesurer l'influence ? Une méthode de quantification des activités politiques des entreprises du secteur agroalimentaire en France

Abstract : Starting from the example of the food industry in France, this article proposes a method to give an overview of the social space where the political activities of companies take shape. Simple from a processing point of view, this approach makes it possible to distinguish and represent, based on quantified data, the strategies implemented by the main economic actors to influence public decisions and policies. This approach is of interest not only in terms of classifying the individual and collective actors involved in various political practices, or characterising the institutional field and network formed by these actors. It also makes it possible to draw some more general lessons on the work of influencing companies.
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Joan Cortinas, Daniel Benamouzig. Mesurer l'influence ? Une méthode de quantification des activités politiques des entreprises du secteur agroalimentaire en France. Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique / Bulletin of Sociological Methodology, SAGE Publications, 2020, 147-148 (1-2), pp.122 - 149. ⟨10.1177/0759106320939890⟩. ⟨hal-03096974⟩

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