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Développement des territoires de projet : quels enjeux pour les politiques rurales ? / Territorial development projects: what issues for rural policies ?

  • Marielle Berriet-Solliec
  • Aurélie Trouvé
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    Cet article part du constat du renforcement des formes de territorialisation dans le domaine du développement rural et en particulier des « territoires de projet », dont le programme européen Leader est emblématique. Il en propose une grille d'analyse des objectifs et modalités d'intervention, reposant sur les deux critères d'efficacité économique et d'équité. Il croise une littérature théorique et empirique sur la territorialisation des politiques et des travaux de recherche en cours sur l'analyse des politiques de développement rural. In fine, ces territoires de projet apparaissent comme des vecteurs de renouvellement de l'efficacité économique, mais également de remise en cause de la fonction redistributrice de l'Etat. - This article highlights the territorialization of policies and presents a framework to analyse the rural development projects, Leader being a key program. An analytical framework of objectives and implementation is proposed, depending on two criteria : economical efficiency and equity. Theoretical and empirical litterature on policies territorialization, then research studies on rural development policies, are used. Finally, these rural development projects seem to favour a renewal of economic efficiency, but weakens the redistribution function of the State, linked to the weakening of public policies in general.

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    Date of creation: 02 Mar 2012
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    1. Terry Marsden & Gillian Bristow, 2000. "Progressing Integrated Rural Development: A Framework for Assessing the Integrative Potential of Sectoral Policies," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 34(5), pages 455-469.
    2. Jean-Marc Callois, 2007. "Les limites du territoire : Une application de la notion de rayon de confiance au développement territorial," Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, Armand Colin, vol. 0(5), pages 811-830.
    3. Colletis, G. & Gilly, J.-P. & Leroux, I. & Pecqueur, B. & Perrat, j. & Rychen, F. & Zimmermann, J.-B., 1999. "Construction territoriale et dynamiques productives," G.R.E.Q.A.M. 99a12, Universite Aix-Marseille III.
    4. Darren Webb & Clive Collis, 2000. "Regional Development Agencies and the 'New Regionalism' in England," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 34(9), pages 857-864.
    5. Janet Dwyer & Neil Ward & Philip Lowe & David Baldock, 2007. "European Rural Development under the Common Agricultural Policy's 'Second Pillar': Institutional Conservatism and Innovation," Regional Studies, Taylor & Francis Journals, vol. 41(7), pages 873-888.
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