Erosion from Above and from Beneath: From the 'Turn to Corporatism' to the 'Turn to Governance' and the Recurrent Crises of Law

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    Abstract

    The turn to governance, as unfolded over the last decades, implied a turn to informality, hybridity of public and private and soft law. Taking a long term perspective, this paper highlight that there is nothing new about these features as they also were a central element of earlier
    corporatist set-ups at the national as well as the European level. Both corporatism and governance have however ended in profound crises in both functional and legitimacy terms.
    The turn to governance, as unfolded over the last decades, implied a turn to informality, hybridity of public and private and soft law. Taking a long term perspective, this paper highlight that there is nothing new about these features as they also were a central element of earlier
    corporatist set-ups at the national as well as the European level. Both corporatism and governance have however ended in profound crises in both functional and legitimacy terms.

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    Conference22nd International Conference of Europeanists. CES 2015
    Number22
    LocationSciences Po
    CountryFrance
    CityParis
    Period08/07/201510/07/2015
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    Kjær, P. F. (2015). Erosion from Above and from Beneath: From the 'Turn to Corporatism' to the 'Turn to Governance' and the Recurrent Crises of Law . Paper presented at 22nd International Conference of Europeanists. CES 2015, Paris, France.
    Kjær, Poul F./ Erosion from Above and from Beneath : From the 'Turn to Corporatism' to the 'Turn to Governance' and the Recurrent Crises of Law . Paper presented at 22nd International Conference of Europeanists. CES 2015, Paris, France.18 p.
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