Yıl 2015, Cilt 1 , Sayı 2, Sayfalar 71 - 94 2015-10-15

‘Yönetişim’ Paradigması ve Neoliberalizm: Çelişki ve Kopuş mu Uyum ve Süreklilik mi?
‘GOVERNANCE’ PARADIGM AND NEOLIBERALISM Contradiction and Break Or Harmony and Continuity?

Fesih BAYRAKTAR [1]


Bu çalışma, neoliberalizmle ve neoliberal politikalarla kopuş ve süreklilik ilişkisi çerçevesinde ‘yönetişim paradigması’na odaklanmaktadır. Ana akım literatürde ‘yönetişim’, hem devletten (tek merkezden ve hiyerarşik yönetim yerine eşgüdüm, işbirliği, uzlaşma ve ortaklık) hem de piyasadan farklı (rekabet yerine eşgüdüm ve ortaklık; kârlılık yerine sosyal tutunum; piyasa yerine sivil toplum) toplumsal bir mantığa sahip ‘üçüncü bir yol’ olarak sunulmakta ve dolayısıyla piyasa merkezli neoliberal yaklaşımdan bir kopuş şeklinde resmedilmektedir. Bu çalışma, gerek yönetişime ve gerekse de neoliberalizmle ilişkisine dair söz konusu yaygın kanaati tartışmaya açmayı hedeflemekte ve yönetişim kavramının neoliberalizm açısından bir kopuş değil, tam da devlet ve sivil toplumu içerecek şekilde onu yeniden formüle etmeye ve bu şekilde neoliberal politikaları konsolide etmeye dönük bir yaklaşım olduğunu, gerek kavrama ilişkin temel teorik öncüllere gerekse de neoliberalizm açısından pratikte hangi yönlerden işlevselleştirildiğine bakarak, iddia etmektedir.
This study focuses on ‘governance paradigm’ in terms of its break and continuity relations with neoliberalizm and neoliberal policies. ‘Governance’ in the mainstream literature is considered as a ‘third way’ that has a social logic different from both the state (coordination, cooperation, reconciliation and partnership instead of one-centered and hierarchical management) and the market (coordination and partnership instead of competition; social cohesion instead of profitability; civil society instead of market), and, therefore, portrayed as a break with the marketoriented neoliberal approach. The study aims to bring into question this dominant approach about ‘governance’ and its relationship with neoliberalism and argues that ‘governance’ is not a break but an approach put forward to reformulate neoliberalism by taking into the state and the civil society and consequently consolidate neoliberal policies, by addressing theoretically the basic premises concerning the concept and practically how and why neoliberalism functionalizes it.
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Yazar: Fesih BAYRAKTAR
Kurum: ARDAHAN ÜNİVERSİTESİ
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 15 Ekim 2015

APA Bayraktar, F . (2015). ‘Yönetişim’ Paradigması ve Neoliberalizm: Çelişki ve Kopuş mu Uyum ve Süreklilik mi? . Ardahan Üniversitesi İktisadi ve İdari Bilimler Fakültesi Dergisi , 1 (2) , 71-94 . Retrieved from https://dergipark.org.tr/tr/pub/aruiibfdergisi/issue/60487/886100