Les politiques publiques dans la crise

2008 et ses suites
First Edition

How does public policy evolve in times of crisis? The comparative and international framework proposed in this book are important in understanding public action during times of crises, including the COVID 19 pandemic. Read More

How does public policy evolve in times of crisis? Traditionally there are two opposing perspectives - some analyses emphasize continuity, while others focus on the suddenness of the changes introduced. The reality is more nuanced, however. Significant variations can be seen across different sectors and levels, as we can see in this study of the European Union member states' public policy, before, during, and after the 2008 financial and economic crisis. Three major lessons emerge from this. Firstly, the main changes take place at the supranational level, which is a sign of the reinforcement of international and European public policy. Secondly, pre-existing dynamics defended by reformers in areas like employment and social welfare have been amplified. And finally, the political utilization of the crisis has played a key role in the variations observed between continuity and change. The comparative and international framework proposed in this book are important in understanding public action during times of crises, including the COVID 19 pandemic.


Paperback - In French 27.00 €

Specifications


Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
Patrick Hassenteufel, Sabine Saurugger,
With
Mehdi Arrignon, Hélène Caune, Claude Jr Dostie, Claire Dupuy, Aurélien Evrard, Clément Fontan, Catherine Hoeffler, David Howarth, Jean Joana, Louise Lartigot-Hervier, Frédéric Mérand, Stéphane Paquin, Simon Persico, Denis Saint-Martin, Fabien Terpan,
Collection
Académique
Language
French
Publisher Category
> Political Science > Governance
Publisher Category
> Political Science
Publisher Category
> Politics
Publisher Category
> The State - Government
BISAC Subject Heading
POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE > POL028000 POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy
BIC subject category (UK)
J Society & social sciences > JP Politics & government
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
Title First Published
18 February 2021
Includes
Index, Bibliography

Paperback


Product Detail
1
Publication Date
18 February 2021
ISBN-13
9782724627008
Product Content
Text (eye-readable)
Extent
Main content page count : 336, Front matter page count (Roman) : 336
Code
9782724627008
Dimensions
13.8 x 21 cm
Weight
450 grams
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


Les auteurs

Introduction
Crises économiques et processus de changement dans l'action publique : une approche relationnelle 
Patrick Hassenteufel et Sabine Saurugger

Chapitre 1 – Le tournant macroprudentiel en Europe : un paradigme en chantier  
Claude Dostie Jr et Stéphane Paquin

Chapitre 2 – Les transformations de la gouvernance économique de l'Union européenne en temps de crise : rapports de force, coalitions d'acteurs et renforcement des contraintes juridiques  
Sabine Saurugger et Fabien Terpan

Chapitre 3 – Deux poids, deux mesures ? L’action de la BCE pendant la crise de la zone euro  
Clément Fontan

Chapitre 4 – Comment expliquer les réformes du secteur financier en Europe : acteurs, idées ou institutions ?  
David Howarth

Chapitre 5 – Les gardiens discordants de la discipline budgétaire : les ministères des Finances et les conséquences politiques de l’autonomie bureaucratique  
Denis Saint-Martin

Chapitre 6 – La redéfinition des rapports centre-périphéries dans la crise : comparaison européenne  
Claire Dupuy

Chapitre 7 – La guerre austère : la politique de défense dans la crise  
Catherine Hoeffler, Jean Joana et Frédéric Mérand

Chapitre 8 – Reconfigurations d’acteurs et politiques de protection sociale dans la crise  
Louise Lartigot-Hervier

Chapitre 9 – Les politiques de l’emploi dans la crise  
Mehdi Arrignon et Hélène Caune

Chapitre 10 – Entre relance verte et variable d’ajustement : les effets contradictoires de la Grande Récession sur les politiques environnementales  
Aurélien Évrard et Simon Persico