Mesures techniques, Choix Institutionnels et Equité dans l'usage d'une ressource commune : Le cas du littoral marseillais
We study how actors perceive the coastline and its governance around the big city of Marseille. The analysis is based on the Institutional Analysis Development (IAD) framework. Interviews were carried out in order to get information about actors' definition of coastline, what is important for them, their perception of uses, conflicts and equity and governance in this area. From these interviews we show a first series of institutional performances diagnostics about the coastline relevant intuitions, around the big city of Marseille. A major institution appears to be The National Park of Calanques even though its launch process is questioned. Operational rules and rules of collective choice are found to be globally accepted by actors; by contrast, constitutional rules seem to be perceived as missing from the launch of the National Park.
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