Les réseaux de villes baltiques : la dimension spatiale de la recomposition des niveaux

Abstract : Since the late 1980s, local stakeholders have been faced with the rescaling of the interactions between geographical levels. They have to deal more directly with an increasing number of levels in a complex and hybrid inter-territorial context that is ruled by tough competition between cities. Hence city networks appear to be adaptation tools mainly in the case of Baltic cities, which are part and parcel both of the political Europeanization and economic globalization processes. Studying these networks makes it possible to identify various spatial exemplifications of inter-territorial strategies that are too frequently considered only through the single prism of governance.
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Nicolas Escach. Les réseaux de villes baltiques : la dimension spatiale de la recomposition des niveaux. L'Information géographique, Armand Colin, 2015, Varia, 79 (3), pp.34-53. ⟨halshs-01317721⟩

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