Des transferts aux apprentissages : réflexions à partir des nouveaux modes de gestion du développement économique local en Bulgarie

Abstract : What relations exist between processes for transferring public action solutions – between countries, between territories within the same national space and between different sectors and levels of government – and the learning to which these transfers give rise in the context of reception ? At the theoretical level, the discussion here draws upon a comparison between the literature devoted to policy transfer studies and work on policy learning and organizational learning. It is also supported by a field study concerning the manner in which, over the course of the 1990's and the first decade of this century, local actors in Bulgaria did or did not appropriate exogenous solutions imported by means of various types of transfer in the domain of local economic development policies (DEL). As it happens, the classic forms of international cooperation (top-down, bureaucratic, programmatic) have had less impact in terms of learning than have horizontal modes for diffusing administrative innovations : lessons drawn from the experiences of common neighbors, the creation of regional and national forums dedicated to DEL policies, electoral alliances between traditional political elites and activist movements with links to international expert and professional networks and professionalization dynamics among municipal personnel working in this domain.
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Thierry Delpeuch, Margarita Vassileva. Des transferts aux apprentissages : réflexions à partir des nouveaux modes de gestion du développement économique local en Bulgarie. Critique Internationale, Presses de sciences po, 2010, 3 (48), pp.25-52. ⟨halshs-00532645⟩

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