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Le panier de biens : une construction patrimoniale et territoriale. L'exemple de la Bresse

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  • Berard, L.
  • Hirczak, M.
  • Marchenay, P.
  • Mollard, A.
  • Pecqueur, B.
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    This paper proposes the study of a special case of the model of the " basket of territorialized goods and services ", the Bresse (France). The agricultural dominating model, based on the modernization and the intensification of agriculture, coexists with many traditional productions. But the heterogeneity of these products asks the question of their relation and their coherence. How do products with different statute function together? How does quality exists in a territory where dominate sectoral and generic productions and forms of coordination? How to study the basket of goods in this context? To answer these questions we will associate ethnology and economy; the interdisciplinary dialogue allowing a basic thought on the evolution of the agricultural and food resources of Bresse. ...French Abstract : Cette communication propose l'‚tude d'un cas particulier du modŠle dit du " panier de biens et de services territorialis‚s ", la Bresse (France). Le modèle agricole dominant, basé sur la modernisation et l'intensification de l'agriculture, coexiste avec de nombreuses productions traditionnelles. Mais l'hétérogénéité de ces dernières pose la question de leur cohérence les unes par rapport aux autres. Comment des produits de statut différents fonctionnent-ils ensemble ? Comment se positionne la qualité dans un territoire où dominent des productions et des formes de coordination sectorielles et génériques ? Comment raisonner le panier de biens dans ce contexte ? Pour répondre à ces questions nous associerons le regard de l'ethnologue et de l'économiste ; le dialogue interdisciplinaire permettant une réflexion de fond sur l'évolution des ressources agricoles et alimentaires de la Bresse.

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    Paper provided by Grenoble Applied Economics Laboratory (GAEL) in its series Working Papers with number 200501.

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    Date of creation: 2005
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