Polices entre État et marché

Polices entre État et marché

Police, the State and the Market

Will security remain a public benefit for much longer? The role of States in guaranteeing protection of their citizens, wealth, and information no longer comes from the states themselves. The phenomenal expansion of the privatized protection services industry forces us to rethink the ends of filling in for this traditionally monopolized prerogative. At what point, and how exactly, will States accommodate this new benefit? On behalf of numerous empirical inquiries, this work analyzes the mechanisms of promotion and legalization of different segments of the market of protection, discusses the notion of "police privatization" and the causes of the “state monopoly.”