Arquitetura de mercados como processo social:

trazendo o direito para a sociologia econômica institucionalista

Autores

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20336/rbs.833

Palavras-chave:

institucionalismo, sociologia econômica, mercados, direito, recursividade

Resumo

Abordagens institucionalistas da sociologia econômica mostram que Estados arquitetam mercados e revelam, assim, a variedade de configurações institucionais da relação Estados-mercados em diferentes países. Menos atenção tem sido dada, contudo, aos processos pelos quais Estados, em meio a dinâmicas políticas, constroem, estruturam e regulam tais mercados. Neste artigo, argumentamos que uma razão subjacente a isso é o fato de que o direito, embora por vezes referido, é insuficientemente considerado nesses estudos. O argumento é desenvolvido a partir de um diálogo com os trabalhos de Dobbin, Fligstein e Vogel. Defendemos que tomar o fenômeno jurídico (i) como constitutivo de mercados e da ação estatal; (ii) como parte da disputa social em torno da institucionalidade; e (iii) como mecanismo estruturante das relações entre os planos doméstico e internacional, contribui, do ponto de vista analítico, para melhor compreender o processo social que subjaz à arquitetura de mercados.

Biografia do Autor

Pedro Salomon Bezerra Mouallem, Universidade de São Paulo

Doutorando em Direito pela Universidade de São Paulo.

Diogo Rosenthal Coutinho, Universidade de São Paulo

Professor da Faculdade de Direito da Universidade de São Paulo.

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2021-09-01