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L'économie populaire et solidaire en Equateur : vers la matérialisation du principe constitutionnel du bien-vivre ?

Abstract : The economic and political history of each country is a decisive factor in the development of the social and solidarity economy. In Ecuador, where the local version known as the “people’s economy” has played a crucial role in supporting the most vulnerable groups, the government has taken the unprecedented initiative of constitutionally incorporating the people’s solidarity economy (PSE) in the transformation of its economic model. Advocating the principle of “buen vivir” (literally, “living well”) as an alternative to Western development, the country has chosen to promote the PSE as one of the main tools for implementing its new national programme. Ecuador now has a very interesting plan for institutionalising the PSE and is undertaking concrete actions that deserve to be publicised to enrich the debate about the role of the PSE in the public policies of Latin American countries.
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Diana Sarrade Cobos. L'économie populaire et solidaire en Equateur : vers la matérialisation du principe constitutionnel du bien-vivre ?. Revue Internationale de l'Economie Sociale, Institut de l'économie sociale, 2015, pp.27-40. ⟨10.7202/1032521ar⟩. ⟨hal-01545248⟩

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