How the local governance system is influenced by the creation of an observatory: the OSER 70 experiment.

Abstract : The new tools now available to territorial intelligence cannot but take into account the various time and space scales. Setting up a socio-economic observatory - operating as a regional network- allowed us to state again and outline more accurately the issues pertaining to the notions of territory and observation. Our study remained constantly focused on a major preoccupation: the actor should always be at the heart of a local project and governance system.
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Alexandre Moine, Philippe Signoret. How the local governance system is influenced by the creation of an observatory: the OSER 70 experiment.. In International Conference of Territorial Intelligence, Oct 2007, Huelva, Spain. p. 204-218., ⟨10.1000⟩. ⟨halshs-00516505⟩

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