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|Title:||Professions, governance and citizenship through the global looking glass|
Agartan, T. I.
Hermo, J. P.
Singh, V. P.
|Editors:||Markus S. Schulz|
|Publisher:||International Sociological Association|
|Abstract:||The state-professions relationship and the role of professionalism as facilitator of public sector services are key issues of the professions studies. This makes the study of professions an important source of understanding how to create a “better world,” with more efficient public sectors and accessible services for all citizens. Currently, the relationships between professions and the state face a number of fundamental transformations involving different governance reforms, stakeholders, and professional groups. First, state regulation expands towards “governance” with plural actors and market logics; second, globalization and new economies add new forms of “state” and “citizenship”; and third, austerity politics curb prospering markets and public funding for professional services.|
|Appears in Collections:||CIES-CRI - Comunicações a conferências internacionais|
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