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La durabilité du projet GIANT/Presqu'île à Grenoble : mythe ou réalité ? : Etat des lieux et premières avancées méthodologiques

Abstract : The recent capitalism mutations, where "knowledge" tends to replace natural resources and physical work as economic growth's tools, deeply transforms contemporary cities. Progressively, "post-fordist" cities adapt their productive, spatial and organizational structures to the new economic demand. We notably attend the emergence of "Cognitive Urban Systems" (CUS) in the heart of cities, which point is to create spaces for production and continuous promotion of innovation and knowledge. These CUS should overtake the old tecnopolitan models, notably allowing to answer to the great environmental, economic and social issues. Then, if we consider that the sustainable city concept represents a city that tries to make compatible economic development, social and human development, and environmental conversation, it seems legitimate to wonder about the durability of phenomenon acting as part of the CUS.
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Raphaël Besson. La durabilité du projet GIANT/Presqu'île à Grenoble : mythe ou réalité ? : Etat des lieux et premières avancées méthodologiques. Entrepreneuriat, Innovation et Développement Durable, Aug 2011, Dunkerque, France. 26 p. ⟨halshs-00697667⟩

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