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Histoire de la dynamique territoriale de l’industrie. Le rôle de la demande de travail

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  • Francis Aubert

    () (ENESAD-CESAER, 26 bd du Docteur Petitjean, BP 87999, 21079 Dijon cedex)

  • Carl Gaigné

    (INRA-CESAER, 26 bd du Docteur Petitjean, BP 87999, 21079 Dijon Cedex)

Abstract

Cet article analyse l’évolution historique du rôle de la demande de travail dans la dynamique spatiale de l’industrie. Après avoir explicité les liens à l’espace des différentes composantes de la demande de travail, nous proposons une périodisation de l’évolution spatiale de l’industrie. Le début de l’industrie se manifeste par des formes de dispersion à la campagne où les ateliers profitent des avantages de coût et de flexibilité de la main-d’œuvre. Dans une deuxième période, l’industrie crée le regroupement en dehors des villes historiques, comme points de fixation de la main-d’œuvre ; puis elle réintègre la ville, afin de bénéficier des avantages d’un marché du travail dense et diversifié. Au cours de la troisième période, l’industrie s’établit à la périphérie des grandes villes, périphérie de plus en plus lointaine : des banlieues proches aux aires rurales les plus reculées où elle retrouve des formes de travail relativement détachées des marchés urbains.

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  • Francis Aubert & Carl Gaigné, 2005. "Histoire de la dynamique territoriale de l’industrie. Le rôle de la demande de travail," Cahiers d'Economie et Sociologie Rurales, INRA Department of Economics, vol. 76, pages 49-70.
  • Handle: RePEc:rae:jouces:v:76:y:2005:p:49-70
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    industry; urban; rural; labour; economic history;

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