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Le développement territorial et les systèmes complexes : proposition d'un cadre analytique


  • Fabienne Leloup


Complex systems analysis may be used in order to deal with diverse and complex local development. The aim of the paper is to build a comprehensive model based on new trends issuing from regional economics, local governance and policy analysis. Four dynamics emerge : the agents? network, the project implementation, a homogenous space and a governing process. The model is applied to the cross-bordering Franco-Belgian Eurometropole connecting Lille (France), Kortrijk (Flanders) and Tournai (Wallonia).

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  • Fabienne Leloup, 2010. "Le développement territorial et les systèmes complexes : proposition d'un cadre analytique," Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, Armand Colin, vol. 0(4), pages 687-705.
  • Handle: RePEc:cai:rerarc:reru_104_0687

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