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Modèles décentralisés d'interactions et coexistence spatiale des modes de coordination

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  • Philippe Bernard
  • Jérôme Vicente

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[fre] L'article se consacre à la compréhension des mécanismes économiques d'interactions à l'origine de l'émergence d'un régime de coexistence spatiale des modes de coordination. La première partie justifie l'intérêt d'une approche dynamique et décentralisée des interactions économiques et présente brièvement l'ensemble des heuristiques de modélisation appartenant à la classe des modèles décentralisés d'interactions. La seconde partie présente un modèle de sélection des modes de coordination s'appuyant sur les hypothèses de rationalité située et de double dimension du voisinage d'interaction. L'objectif du modèle est d'étudier, à partir d'un ensemble de paramètres pertinents, les conditions de maintien de la diversité et la forme spatiale de l'ordre macro-économique émergent. [eng] The main purpose of this paper concerns the understanding of the economic mechanisms of interactions which underlie the spatial coexistence of coordination processes. The first part shows the interest to focus on dynamical and decentralized approaches of economic interactions and reviews the heuristics which belong to the class of decentralized interaction models. The second one presents a model of coordination processes selection based on situated rationality and bidimensional neighbourhood assumptions. The purpose of the model is in the study - on the basis of relevant parameters - of the diversity persistence conditions and of the form of the emergent spatial order.

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  • Philippe Bernard & Jérôme Vicente, 2000. "Modèles décentralisés d'interactions et coexistence spatiale des modes de coordination," Revue d'Économie Industrielle, Programme National Persée, vol. 93(1), pages 95-116.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recind:rei_0154-3229_2000_num_93_1_1026
    DOI: 10.3406/rei.2000.1026
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    1. Damien Talbot & Marie-Pierre Philippe-Dussine, 2006. "Coopération inter-régionale : vers un échange d'expérience," Post-Print hal-02374589, HAL.
    2. Christophe Providence, 2018. "Disparités spatiales et financement des biens et services publics de proximité en Haïti. Le cas des budgets communaux de 2017-2018," Post-Print hal-02124721, HAL.

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