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From the Basket of Goods to a More General Model of Territorialized Complex Goods: Concepts, Analysis Grid and Questions

Abstract : This paper presents a scientific assessment of ten years of research on the model of 'panier de biens'. It tries to evaluate the possible generalization of connections between quality of products and services, environment and territories as sources of positive externalities to be internalized for a territorial sustainable development prospect. This evaluation is based on observations which began in 1996 in the Baronnies, extended to Aubrac in Massif Central and near ten Rhône-Alpes regions. The first part defines concepts and methods which makes it possible to build a general model of 'panier de biens' and its various possible configurations. This leads to the constituent elements of this model and the concept of territorial quality rent which increase the value of quality products and environmental services. The second part compares the elements of this model with the plurality of observed forms of meeting between specific demand and composite supply of territorial quality products, in the context of public goods and externalities. It leads to a grid of analysis that allows testing the general nature of this model, its conditions of existence and perpetuation.
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Bernard Pecqueur, Maud Hirczak, Medhi Moalla, Amédée Mollard, Tina Rambolinaza, et al.. From the Basket of Goods to a More General Model of Territorialized Complex Goods: Concepts, Analysis Grid and Questions. Canadian Journal of Regional Science, Canadian Regional Science Association, 2008, volume 31 (n°2), pp 241-259. ⟨halshs-00390345⟩

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