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Experts, mediators and brokers of the Good Governance

Experts, mediators and brokers of the Good Governance: a comparative approach of transnational pratices of democracy promotion
Five anthropologists, three political scientists work together in (...)

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Partenariat LAIOS -CCIG

Partenariat LAIOS -CCIG

Le LAIOS et le Centre on Citizenship, Identities and Governance de l’Open University ont lancé en mai 2009 un accord exploratoire de partenariat dans le cadre du programme conjoint entre le CNRS (...)

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Citoyenneté urbaine : formes d’engagement et enjeux de solidarité

Citoyenneté urbaine : formes d’engagement et enjeux de solidarité
A la suite d’un premier séminaire de recherche organisé par le PUCA et le CNRS en 2006, le PUCA a lancé un appel à contribution de (...)

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Anthropologie de l’Organisation Mondiale du Commerce

Anthropologie de l’Organisation Mondiale du Commerce
L’ambition de ce projet est de réaliser une anthropologie de la gouvernance transnationale, basée sur une enquête intensive, menée par un groupe (...)

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Anthropology of the World Trade Organization

Anthropology of the World Trade Organization

The aim of this project is to carry on an anthropology of transnational governance, based on an intensive survey made by an international group of researchers within the World Trade Organization (WTO).

In the context of globalisation, the nature, the role and the power of international organisations has become a crucial issue. In the field of economics, the WTO, whose purpose it is to liberalize global trade by putting into effect a system of rules designed to ensure free trade in goods, is hardly a well- known organisation. Although arguments for or against free trade are more and more common, we have only superficial knowledge of how this organisation really functions, what negotiations it initiates or how disputes between its members are settled.

This is why we propose to carry out field research designed to make its workings better known, taking into account the trans-national and intercultural character of this organisation.

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Programme SOGIP

« Scale of Governance : the UN, the States and Indigenous Peoples : issues and meanings of sef-determination at the time of globalization » (2010-2015), un programme du Conseil Européen de la (...)

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