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Marches et organisations : développement durable et attractivité des territoires

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  • Florent DEISTING

    () (Groupe ESC Pau)

  • Pascal PAUMARD

    () (Groupe ESC Pau)

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L’ouverture internationale de nos économies, l’accroissement accru de la concurrence entre les régions européennes, amènent les responsables économiques des collectivités à repenser leur stratégie d’attractivités des activités. Cette étude tend à appréhender la problématique de l’attractivité des territoires dans un contexte de recherche d’un développement durable. Il apparaît, dans le cadre des zones d’emploi des Pays de l’Adour, que la recherche d’un territoire attractif se fait au détriment du sentiment de durabilité que l’on peut attendre de la croissance au 21ème siècle. Ce travail vient corroborer les conclusions des études faites au niveau mondial par le Programme des Nations Unies au Développement.

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  • Florent DEISTING & Pascal PAUMARD, 2012. "Marches et organisations : développement durable et attractivité des territoires," Working Papers 1602, Groupe ESC Pau, Research Department, revised Jun 2012.
  • Handle: RePEc:pau:wpaper:1602
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