The social construction of competences and the forms of transitions in industrial territories
AbstractThe purpose of this communication is to present some reflexions on the transformation and the evolution of three industrial regions located in three Mediterranean countries (France, Spain and Italy). We are particularly interested in highlighting some dimensions of the evolution and nature of industrial competences and the relationship of this evolution with forms of industrial cooperation.
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transition; competencies; territories; learning;
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