Symposium “Building democratic economies. What economic forms for a renewal of democratic practices in the neo-liberal era?

04/04/2019

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Venue

Paris

The aim of this conference is to bring together economic and political sociology in order to better understand the dynamics of citizen participation. From associations to
participatory mechanisms, from informal collectives to cooperatives, from self-help networks to self-management, this symposium will seek to question in concert the conditions
the economic stakes of democratization processes and the modalities of democratization of the economy, ranging from citizen experiments to public policies to promote a more solidarity-based and local economy.

Call for papers : Colloque économies démocratiques def def

 

Organizing Committee

 

Maïté Juan (Collège d’études mondiales, LISE)

Catherine Neveu (IIAC-LACI, CNRS-EHESS)

Julien Talpin (CERAPS-CNRS, Université de Lille)

 

Scientific Committee

Marie-Hélène Bacqué, sociologue-urbaniste, LAVUE-Paris Nanterre

Anne Bory, sociologue, Université de Lille, CLERSE

Nicolas Duvoux, sociologue, Paris 8-CRESPPA

Laurent Fraisse, socio-économiste, CNAM-LISE

Bruno Frère, sociologue, Université de Liège – FNRS

Isabelle Guérin, socio-économiste, IRD

Maria Ines Fernandez Alvarez, anthropologue, UBA, Argentine

Guillaume Gourgues, politiste, Université Lyon 2

Jean-Louis Laville, socio-économiste, CNAM-LISE

Alice Mazeaud, politiste, Université de La Rochelle

Hadrien Saiag, économiste, IIAC-LAIOS

Deena White, sociologue, Université de Montréal

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