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Le travail institutionnel du mouvement des AMAP

Abstract : The AMAP movement will soon be 10 years old. In this paper, we aim at tackling the issues of the development of new social economic movements from the point of view of their institutionalization. According to certain studies or observers, institutionalization means that social movements become integrated into the logic of the market. On the contrary, we develop an analysis based on institutional work, which focuses on what the protagonists of the social movements do in order to create and set up new rules and new institutions. We propose to trace the history of how new market rules are created by emphasizing the activities and intentions of the protagonists. We also concentrate on the various internal problems that they have come across and that they continue to face today.
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Emilie Lanciano, Séverine Saleilles. Le travail institutionnel du mouvement des AMAP. Revue Française de Gestion, Lavoisier, 2011, pp.155-172. ⟨halshs-00659543⟩



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