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Une problematique de developpement local: l'evolution des relations villes-ports dans un nouveau contexte

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  • Planque, G.
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    Internationalisation, mutation du systeme productif (fin du fordisme), evolutions technologiques dans les transports et les telecommunications, emergence de reseaux de ville et d'entreprises, modification de la morphologie et de la culture urbaines, telles sont quelques unes des caracterisques de la metropolisation. La metropolisation peut etre ainsi presentee comme une reponse territoriale au processus de mondialisation/globalisation. La premiere hypothese de ce travail repose sur l'idee que l'emergence de "places portuaires" integrees se presente quant a elle comme une tentative d'adaptation des villes portuaires a ce contexte metropolitain et mondialise. La deuxieme hypothese est qu'il est possible aujourd'hui d'observer les consequences de ces transformations sur un espace precis, juge particulierement sensible a ces evolutions du fait de sa situation et de sa composition: l'interface entre la ville et le port de Marseille.

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    Paper provided by Universite Aix-Marseille III in its series Papers with number 216.

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    Length: 19 pages
    Date of creation: 1998
    Handle: RePEc:fth:aixmer:216
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