Descentralizando instituições como objetos de estudo

Mariana Valverde

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Minhas incursões pelo vasto campo dos estudos de sociologia do direito não passaram pela sub-área de “direito e desenvolvimento” e, portanto, meus comentários aqui não tratarão da contribuição do livro Institutional Bypasses, de Mariana Prado e Michael Trebilcock, para essa literatura. Em vez disso, falarei da perspectiva da pesquisa em sociologia do direito sobre governança.

Meu trabalho sobre governança — principalmente governança urbana (Valverde 2012) e, recentemente, a governança de parcerias público-privadas (Valverde e Moore 2019) — baseia-se, de maneira eclética, em diversas fontes. Substancialmente, li trabalhos de estudos urbanos e geografia jurídica (e mais recentemente um pouco sobre o financiamento de infraestruturas) (Blomley e Bakan 1992; Cooper 1998). Metodologicamente, utilizo Foucault (2007; 2010; 2003) e estudos sobre governamentalidade (Burchell, Gordon e Miller 1991), teoria do ator-rede e trabalhos a ela relacionados (Latour 2007; Callon e Latour 1981; Lei 1986), principalmente por antropólogos, sobre a materialidade do direito e também estudos pós-coloniais (Spivak 2013; Mawani 2010).


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bypasses institucionais; desenhos institucionais; governança urbana

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Valverde, Mariana, e Aaron Moore. 2019. “The Performance of Transparency in Public–Private Infrastructure Project Governance: The Politics of Documentary Practices.” Urban Studies 56 (4): 689–704.


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