" The market makes you free ", said Max Weber. A statement which has what make you jump more than one. For the historian Laurence Fontaine, director of research at the Centre Maurice-Halbwachs, Paris Sciences et Lettres (PSL), author of a scholar from The Market (Gallimard, 2014), yet it is a no-brainer, since the emergence of the market economy has blasted the companies articles of association – beginning with those that were dominated by the aristocracy and the Church. But his work is not ideological – as it insists on a dialogue with all currents of thought, but based on the... Article reserved to subscribers
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