- Language: English
- Published: February 2012
- Region: Spain
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General Theory of Corporatism. Edition No. 1
- Published: August 2009
- Region: Global
- 132 Pages
- VDM Publishing House
Nowadays, the relationship between economics and politics continues to be debated in the construction of Social Policy. The technical management of the policy, the political representation of the work or the role of economic organizations in public action, cause even suspicion and controversy before the alleged primacy of ideology in the operation of Western democracy. But in the past century, the European political Law assessed the possibility of political Labor on the corporate idea. This political formula, made fortunes, mutatis mutandis, in different schools of legal thought and political grounds of the Old Continent, and in a particular interpretation of the organic theory of society, to the impact of the industrial revolution, and intended complement or surpass both channels covering politics as liberal tracks un- parliamentary unionism and revolutionary class. And among them is, particularly, a socio-political doctrine under discussion, even political scientists and sociologists: corporatism.
Sergio Fernández, PhD (Social Policy), is Professor at Murcia University, Spain.