Territoire, innovation et développement durable : l'émergence d'un nouveau régime conventionnel ?
The paper examines the increasing number of diverse local development initiatives around the world aiming to break away from the predominant economic system. These initiatives, we argue, despite a somewhat visible disparity, largely rest on relatively similar principles, values and references. We argue that they are effectively laying the foundation for a new conventional regime more attuned to sustainable development goals. The paper analyses the characteristics of this regime, which refuses market dominance and favours reciprocal exchanges, as defined by Karl Polanyi. It is, nevertheless, necessary to question the potential and limitations of this conventional regime.
Volume (Year): décembre (2011)
Issue (Month): 5 ()
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