Proximities, industries and territories (In French)
The paper compares the research agendas of two different approaches of a meso-analysis which could combine industrial and spatial dynamics: the economics of proximity approach on one side, the regulation theory on the other side. Their specificities and divergences are identified in the first part, considering the parallel trajectories of the two French research groups developing these approaches during the last years, “Dynamiques de proximité” and “Régulation-Secteur-Territoire” respectively. The second part discusses their possible convergence.
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