Da periferie a regioni. Attori e culture dello sviluppo locale nel Congrès scientifique de France (1833-1876)
AbstractThe article focuses on meetings that took place in several French towns between 1833 and 1876, and discusses to how far the need for decentralization was proper to the elites of the North and West of France. Many proposals went under the banner of “modern science”, but in spite of great effort, they were all either rejected by Central Government or proved to be unrealistic efforts to create a link between the Ancien Régime and 19th century France.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Rosenberg & Sellier Editori in Torino srl in its journal Sviluppo Locale.
Volume (Year): 13 (2008-09)
Issue (Month): 32-33 ()
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region; local development; France; science; 19th century;
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