Hacia una sociología de instituciones intermediarias: el rol del derecho en el corporativismo, el neo- corporativismo y la governance

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Poul F. Kjaer

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El propósito central de este artículo es desarrollar las dimensiones de un marco teórico y conceptual para el estudio de instituciones intermediarias, tales como las corporativas, neo- corporativas y de governance, basado en el contexto europeo. Como tal, busca desarrollar un marco que sea capaz no solo de delinear las instituciones intermediarias como objetos de estudio independienres e incrementar nuestro entendimiento de su contribución a la integración de la sociedad, sino también, y más específicamente, de iluminar el rol de pivot del derecho en su evolución. Este propósito se basa en la percepción de que las instituciones intermediarias son las bisagras de la sociedad moderna en la medida en que estas sirven como sitios centrales para la estabilización de relaciones entre múltiples esferas sociales, más notablemente entre las esferas económicas y no económicas de la sociedad. Las instituciones intermediarias pueden ser consideradas en tanto que particulares formas densas de estructuras que caracterizan la sociedad como tal, y los cambios en el establecimiento de dichas instituciones pueden reflejar también particulares y claras ilustraciones de las transformaciones por las que ha pasado la sociedad. Desarrollar un nuevo entendimiento del rol de las instituciones intermediarias proveerá una contribución directa a nuestro entendimiento de los estados modernos europeos e implícitamente contiene la promesa de incrementar nuestro entendimiento de la sociedad como tal.

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Kjaer, P. F. (2017). Hacia una sociología de instituciones intermediarias: el rol del derecho en el corporativismo, el neo- corporativismo y la governance. Administración Pública Y Sociedad (APyS), (3), 03 a 21. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/APyS/article/view/17390
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Poul F. Kjaer, Escuela de negocios de Copenhague.

Professor Dr. PhD. and ERC Grant Leader (www.itepe.eu) Copenhagen Business School. Department of Management, Politics and Philosophy | Email: pfk.mpp@cbs.dk

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