Pourquoi l’économie est-elle nécessairement instituée ? Une réponse commonsienne à partir du concept de futurité Why is the economy inevitably institutionalized? A commonsian answer based on the concept of futurity.
theory of economic action
John R. Commons
théorie de l’action économique
John R. Commons
Economic history and conditions
DOAJ:Business and Economics
Economics as a science
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AbstractLa plupart des approches « institutionnelles » disponibles ne fournissent pas de bonne réponse à la question : pourquoi l’économie est-elle nécessairement instituée ? Seules les approches institutionnalistes de T. Veblen et de J. R. Commons répondent adéquatement à cette question. L’approche de Commons retient ici notre attention. Il est rappelé que pour Commons le conflit économique requiert un ordre institutionnel régulant les transactions économiques. La théorie commonsienne de l’action économique est étudiée plus en détail. Le concept de futurité en est la clé analytique. Il permet de comprendre comment l’action instituée est une nécessité de l’activité économique.<br>Most of the available &#34;institutional&#34; approaches do not supply a good answer to the following question: why is the economy inevitably institutionalized? Only the institutionalist approaches of T. Veblen and of J.R. Commons answer this question adequately. The approach of Commons is the center of our article. It is reminded that for Commons economic conflict requires an institutional order regulating economic transactions. The Çommonsian theory of economic action is studied in detail here. The concept of futurity is the analytical key to our analysis. It allows understanding how the institutionalized action is a prerequisite of economic activity.
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