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Qualité et développement territorial: une grille d'analyse théorique à partir de la rente

  • Amédée Mollard
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    [eng] Quality and territorial developments theoretical grid of analysis from the rent - In this paper, we try to build a grid of analysis of the territorial development starting from the theory of rent. A series of criteria must be observed in reality and collected together in a synthetic matrix so that are generated various forms of rents: territorial rent due to the valorization of specific resources on certain spaces ; quality rent related to the emergence of quality products or services; rent of territorial quality, when all these elements interact. After a clarification of the contextual reasons for returning to the concept of rent and a justica- tion of its relevance when it is applied to quality and territory, two theoretical filiations of the rent theory - the ricardian one, then the marshallian - are approached in order to show that they are complementary from the point of view of relationship between quality and territorial development and can be combined as a grid of theoretical analysis of territorial development [fre] Dans cet article, nous tentons de construire une grille d'analyse du développement territorial à partir de la théorie de la rente. Une série de critères doit être observée dans la réalité et réunis dans une matrice synthétique pour que soient mobilisées diverses formes de rentes: rente territoriale due à la valorisation de ressources spécifiques sur certains espaces ; rente de qualité liée à l'émergence de produits ou de services de qualité ; rente de qualité territoriale, lorsque tous ces éléments interagissent. Après avoir éclairé les raisons contextuelles d'un retour au concept de rente et justifié sa pertinence pour une application à la qualité et au territoire, deux filiations théoriques de la rente - ricardienne puis marshallienne - sont étudiées pour montrer leur complémentarité dans l'analyse des relations entre qualité et territoire et évaluer leur combinaison comme grille d'analyse théorique du développement territorial.

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    Article provided by Programme National Persée in its journal Économie rurale.

    Volume (Year): 263 (2001)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 16-34

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    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.2001.5240
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