Construcción social de la economía en organizaciones de la industria de servicios financieros en Chile y el Reino Unido

  • Javier Hernández Aracena Universidad Católica de Temuco
Palabras clave: Instituciones, Construcción social de la economía, Servicios Financieros, Procesos Organizacionales

Resumen

Este artículo examina la construcción social de organizaciones de servicios financieros en dos contextos sociales muy diferentes como son Chile y Reino Unido, observando como los agentes económicos actúan dentro de estructuras sociales, institucionales y culturales y, en base a entrevistas en profundidad en Santiago de Chile, Londres y Edimburgo, cubriendo una alta variedad de profesionales y posiciones.

Los resultados muestran distintos procedimientos y rutinas laborales en Chile y Reino Unido, lo que parece explicarse por diferentes distribuciones de recursos y posiciones diferenciadas en el sistema financiero global. Si en Chile se utilizan métodos exclusivos que seleccionan integrantes de la elite económica local, en Reino Unido se utilizan métodos de orientación cientificista que apuntan a un gran número de postulantes.

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Hernández Aracena, J. (2021). Construcción social de la economía en organizaciones de la industria de servicios financieros en Chile y el Reino Unido. Revista Economía Y Política, (33), 104 - 117. Recuperado a partir de https://publicaciones.ucuenca.edu.ec/ojs/index.php/REP/article/view/3506
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