Regulatory Transformations: Rethinking Economy-Society Interactions - Onati International Series in Law and Society by Bettina Lange
The question of whether cross-border risks can be organized across a social sphere is at the core of what John Rogge described as "embodied liberalism": how capitalist countries have managed…
Regulatory Transformations synopsis
The question of whether cross-border risks can be organized across a social sphere is at the core of what John Rogge described as "embodied liberalism": how capitalist countries have managed to reconcile markets and the social society that markets require for survival and prosperity. This group, which is involved in broader debates on global capitalism and its regulation, addresses the challenge of finding a way forward in regulation.
It rejects the old divisions of the state, the market, citizens, consumers, social movements and transnational corporations, as well as "economic" and "social" regulation. Instead, this rich multidisciplinary group deals with a very important topic - the idea of harnessing organizational capacity in the social sphere by recognizing the interdependence of economic transactions within the social and political landscape.
This group explores how customs, practices, representatives, and social institutions work to establish a framework for economic transactions and thus regulate risks arising from business, state and citizens. One of the main strengths of this book is its integration with three distinct areas of studies: Sociology of Economic Sociology at the University of Karl-Polany, and organizational studies and social and legal studies of transnational threats.
The group is distinguished in that it links the study of specific regulatory systems of transnational risks to a theoretical sociological discussion on the interactions between society and the economy, based on the work of Polani. Each chapter examines how the economy, as well as economic and social organization, can not be understood separately from the social context, particularly in the transnational context.
Authentication 'This thought-provoking group raises the most important question of our time - how to market markets through social accountability and political action. The climate and financial crises we face illustrate how important this challenge is.
Lang, Haines and Thomas have developed a series of fruitful case studies on the possibilities of integrating economic relations in social relations through a series of top-level researchers in their special framing and sensitivity to the issue. Professor Christine Parker, Professor of Organizational Studies at Monash University..
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