Reverse Capture: How Public Deciders Can Discipline Private Interests par Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier
Édité le 6 Juin 2018
Sophie Dubuisson-Quellier intervient au Pervasive Powers, Corporate Authority in the Shaping of Public Policy.
The power of corporate business has been a subject of intense debate and many social science studies since the 19th century. This conference is based on the idea that, not only has this power varied among industries, countries and different periods, but also that the way in which it is wielded has evolved over time. By bringing together scholars from various backgrounds within the field of the social sciences, we intend to provide new insights on the multiplicity, depth and limits of the forms of influence that corporations, or the organizations furthering their interests – business associations, think tanks, communication or public relations agencies, foundations, etc. –, have on public policy.
Sa communication s'intitule :
Reverse Capture: How Public Deciders Can Discipline Private Interests.
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=> Date : 14-16 juin 2018
==> Lieu : Université Paris-Dauphine
Place du Maréchal de Lattre de Tassigny