Estado, mercado e a defesa concorrencial: uma análise sociológica das configurações do CADE
Casagrande, Diego José
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The aim of this work is analize the remakings in the CADE´s directors and presidents profile, between 1994 and 2020. It searchs to understand how and what level of intensity the social trajectories of these agentes influenced, directly or indirectly, the agency´s decisions in the sector of Brazilian economic regulation. The research purpose is ruled in the theoretical discussions about the joints that exists between State, market and competitive defense. Historically, when assuming a mediation paper next to the economic field, specially through acting regulatory agencies, the State has became inseparable to the market. From the perspective of economic sociology, therefore, State and market can´t be characterized as antagonistic elements, in view of social, political and legal relationships established between both. In the face of this context, a qualitative research was realized containing the data survey about the trajectories of 62 advisers who acted in CADE in th focused period. In order to achieve the proposed central objective, it was used as a base the sociology concepts of Pierre Bourdieu. These data were analized for the production of descriptive statistics and through Multiple Correspondence Analysis (MCA). So, this study demonstrated, in theirs results, that CADE postions in the Brazilian competitive sphere are not ruled only in the legal and political aspects that encompass the organ, but essencially in the settings that envolve the social, cultural and symbolic constructions of agents that are inserted in it, making possible, thus, the articulation of its functional dynamics.
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