A Label to Regulate: Governing Though Market Experiment in the Construction Industry

Aurélie Tricoire, Eva Boxenbaum, Brice Laurent, Alexandre Mallard

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Abstract

This paper examines the role labelling plays in the government of the contemporary economy.1Drawing on a detailed study of BBC-Effinergy, a French label for sustainable construction, we showhow the adoption and evolution of voluntary labels can be seen as emblematic of a governmentthrough experiment engaging 4 operations: stimulating market anticipations, focussing politicalconsultations, producing collective expertise and containing the regulatory transcription of the label.
This paper examines the role labelling plays in the government of the contemporary economy.1Drawing on a detailed study of BBC-Effinergy, a French label for sustainable construction, we showhow the adoption and evolution of voluntary labels can be seen as emblematic of a governmentthrough experiment engaging 4 operations: stimulating market anticipations, focussing politicalconsultations, producing collective expertise and containing the regulatory transcription of the label.

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WorkshopLaPIn Workhop
LocationEcole des Mines de Paris
CountryFrance
CityParis
Period06/10/201607/10/2016

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Tricoire, A., Boxenbaum, E., Laurent, B., & Mallard, A. (2016). A Label to Regulate: Governing Though Market Experiment in the Construction Industry. Paper presented at LaPIn Workhop, Paris, France.
Tricoire, Aurélie ; Boxenbaum, Eva ; Laurent, Brice ; Mallard, Alexandre. / A Label to Regulate : Governing Though Market Experiment in the Construction Industry. Paper presented at LaPIn Workhop, Paris, France.16 p.
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