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Contrats d'Etat et développement durable

Abstract : Common discussion points between sustainable development and State contracts exist, despite many visible contradictions. They are based on a particular interaction, built up from the beginning through State contracts, which are highly specific agreements and around political and economic necessities of the time, with the notion of development merely as a requirement in the background. Confronted with successive social changes and the lack of an appropriate judicial framework, State contracts developed in a particular way between dependence, independence, interdependence, heteronomy and autonomy. In international business law, the existence of a sustainable development law related to State contracts must be based precisely on contracts, seen as instruments able to set norms, and must benefit from contracts’interactions with a non-contractual environment. That requires another vision of law, constantly renewed and more adapted to current realities.
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Marcelle Mbala Mbala. Contrats d'Etat et développement durable. Droit. Université du Droit et de la Santé - Lille II, 2012. Français. ⟨NNT : 2012LIL20005⟩. ⟨tel-02354904⟩



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