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Mobilisation territoriale et mise en réseau des acteurs dédiés à la production d’innovation sociale : Une étude de cas

Abstract : Local authorities are increasingly encouraged to mobilize actors of the “Third sector” by giving them the ability to identify and drive “social innovation”, where State and Market both fail to draw new strategies for the satisfaction of needs. On the basis of three case studies, we observe an injunction to cooperate and innovate from the Public Authorities (at regional and infra-regional level) to local actors. We analyze the tension between these two dimensions: How do the actors of the third sector and of local authorities both respond to the injection to innovate and bring their own strategies? In each of the three cases studies, actors from the third sector and local authorities seek for paths of creation of economic activities, by producing identities and collective patrimoines used in common goods.
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Florence Gallois, Christopher Lecat, Martino Nieddu. Mobilisation territoriale et mise en réseau des acteurs dédiés à la production d’innovation sociale : Une étude de cas. Géographie, Économie, Société, Lavoisier, 2016, 18 (3), pp.359 - 385. ⟨10.3166/ges.18.359-385⟩. ⟨halshs-01698532⟩

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