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Une étude du capitalisme libanais : un mode de coordination destructive ?

Abstract : A « mode of coordination » is a concept that define the interaction between social relations and economy. The latter, which cannot be separated from politics, develops through the functioning of different institutional forms. Several methods of coordination have been identified in the literature, namely, the « market mode of coordination », the « ethics mode of coordination » and the « bureaucratic mode coordination mode ». Vahabi (2010) introduced a new type of coordination that he called it: the "destructive mode of coordination." This mode privilege violence and coercive means in social relations and provides an appropriate allocation of resources. Vahabi present Iranian Republic as a typical example of "destructive mode of coordination" because of the nature of its capitalism and corruption of its political system in the management of resources. We are interested in this research, to examine to what extent the case of Lebanon can be analyzed as a destructive mode of coordination.
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Noujoud Baroudi. Une étude du capitalisme libanais : un mode de coordination destructive ?. Economies et finances. Université de Lyon, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016LYSE2007⟩. ⟨tel-02278845⟩



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