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Un néo-libéralisme centralisateur. Les collectivités locales dans la libéralisation du système électrique français

Abstract : Deregulation of French electrical market raises many questions about the role played by the State in a system based on economic competition. While most of researches deal with the way State agencies face the rise of European actors or new economic operators, this article focuses on the territorial dimension of change. It reminds what was at stake in the recent transformations of EDF, as regards the relations between State - whose role has been central for the last five decades - and local authorities, that are legally responsible of electricity supply. This article shows that, in this sector, neo-liberalism did not lead to decentralization, even if it put into question the French technically and economically centralized system. In the new model, the State remains the central actor in the regulation, in comparison with local authorities, that occupy secondary functions.
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François-Mathieu Poupeau. Un néo-libéralisme centralisateur. Les collectivités locales dans la libéralisation du système électrique français. Politiques et Management public, Institut de management public, 2000, 18 (2), pp.1-24. ⟨halshs-00309079⟩

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