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Travail et régulations territoriales : une lecture à partir d'expériences française, italienne et brésilienne

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  • Christian Azaïs
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    There is a link between hybridisation, which characterizes the labour market, and the emergence of a new territorial structuring; that is the thesis of the paper. Hybridisation reflects the entanglement of multiple forms of employment the individuals are in. It constitutes their relationship to work. As it reshapes the contours of the development and segregation areas, on which the authorities play an action of regulation, hybridisation has an impact on territorial dynamics. In the same way, the confrontation between the actor’s multiple logics deals with the territorial regulation and prints a peculiar configuration to the territory. Finally, it tends to act upon the forms of labour. Cases borrowed to the Italian, French and Brazilian scenes highlight the fact that, without mentioning any convergence between the situations, some similarities exist, maybe more when the issue focuses on poor areas in each country.

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    Article provided by De Boeck Université in its journal Innovations.

    Volume (Year): 24 (2006)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 115-130

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    Handle: RePEc:cai:inndbu:inno_024_0115
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