Are local labour markets suitable space units in order to define sustainable territorial development strategies?

Abstract : Social scientists from several disciplinary fields long agree that local labour markets can be defined as spaces of daily population mobility due to labour reasons (Combes 1986; Eurostat, 1992; Casado Díaz, 1991). The question we address in this paper is whether these spaces are not only useful for territorial management of employment policy, but also suitable territorial units in conceptualizing wider multidimensional politics that can facilitate sustainable territorial development.
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Blanca Miedes Ugarte, Celia Sanchez Lopez, Germain Perez Morales, Antonio Moreno Moreno. Are local labour markets suitable space units in order to define sustainable territorial development strategies?. In International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Sep 2006, Alba Iulia, Romania. p. 123-132. ⟨halshs-00516501⟩

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