Gouvernement & action publique 02-1, janvier-mars 2013

Varia
First Edition

This book looks at the way in which populists come to power, how they use it, and how they keep it. It examines that social foundations of "populist powers" as well as the forces that resist them. Indeed, populism can also be merely temporary, quickly curtailed by strong institutions able to protect the rule of law. Read More

Up until the 1990s, populism was a force for contestation, but today it is at the helm of several states in Europe, in North and South America, in Asia, and in the Middle East. This is a major phenomenon that haunts the contemporary political landscape, and which is spreading around the world, affecting both established and recent democracies as well as the most closed political regimes.

Whether it is considered a "soft" ideology, a political style, or an electoral strategy, populism in all cases encourages the personification of power as well as more or less blatant authoritarianism. Its success is always based on an easily exploited antagonism between supposedly corrupt elites and ordinary people who are seen as “pure”.

This volume of the « Global Issues » series looks at the way in which populists come to power, how they use it, and how they keep it. It examines that social foundations of “populist powers” as well as the forces that resist them. Indeed, populism can also be merely temporary, quickly curtailed by strong institutions able to protect the rule of law.


Paperback - In French 29.00 €

Specifications


Publisher
Presses de Sciences Po
Author
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Journal
Gouvernement & action publique
ISSN
22600965
Language
French
BISAC Subject Heading
POL000000 POLITICAL SCIENCE
Onix Audience Codes
06 Professional and scholarly
Title First Published
26 September 2019
Subject Scheme Identifier Code
Thema subject category: Politics and government
Type of Work
Journal Issue

Paperback


Publication Date
20 March 2013
ISBN-13
978-2-7246-3294-1
Code
9782724632941
Dimensions
16 x 24 x 1.2 cm
Weight
290 grams
List Price
20.00 €
ONIX XML
Version 2.1, Version 3

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Contents


VARIA
Des « long timers » au sommet de l'État Américain
Les secteurs de la défense et de la santé (1988-2010)
Mohammad-Saïd Darviche, William Genieys, Catherine Hoeffler et Jean Joana (CEPEL, Université Montpellier 1)

Réforme française de l’allocation dépendance et gestion départementale
Un jeu d’influences réciproques
Thomas Frinault (CIAPHS-Université Rennes 2)

Les professions du secteur public saisies par la privatisation
Le cas des conseillers techniques sportifs
Marina Honta et Samuel Julhe (Université Bordeaux 2)

REGARDS CROISÉS
Sociologie politique des régulations globales

Normes transnationales de développement durable
Formes et contours d’une privatisation de la délibération
Ève Fouilleux (CEPEL, CNRS, CIRAD)

L’émergence de la question climatique à l’OMS
De l’ajustement marginal au changement discret
Fanny Debil (CEPEL, Université Montpellier 1)

LECTURES
Grand angle
par Olivier Nay (Université Paris 1-Panthéon Sorbonne)
La théorie des « États fragiles » : un nouveau développementalisme politique ?
David Carment, Prest Stewart, Yiagadeesen Samy (2010), Security, Development, and the Fragile State: Bridging the Gap between Theory and Policy, Londres, Routledge

Comptes rendus
Isabelle Thireau, Hua Linshan (2010), Les Ruses de la démocratie. Protester en Chine, Paris, Seuil
par Olivier Marichalar (CMH-ENS)

Cathie Jo Martin, Duane Swank (2012), The Political Construction of Business Interests: Coordination, Growth and Equality, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press
par Josua Gräbener (PACTE, Sciences Po Grenoble)

Colin Crouch (2011), The Strange Non-death of Neoliberalism, Cambridge, Polity
par Amandine Crespy (CEVIPOL/IEE, Université libre de Bruxelles)

Christopher Pollitt (2012), New Perspectives on Public Services: Place and Technology, Oxford, Oxford University Press
par Francesca Artioli (CEE/Sciences Po)

Alexis Spire (2012), Faibles et puissants face à l’impôt, Paris, Raisons d’agir
par Camille Herlin-Giret (IRISSO, UMR CNRS-Université Paris Dauphine)


Excerpt


Interview de Philippe Bezes et Patrick Hassenteufel