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Economie des res derelictae et gestion solidaire des déchets. Les écocycleries, des entreprises d'appropriateurs solidaires

Abstract : The governance of Common Goods which was theorized by Elinor Otröm learns us about institutional approach of the auto governance and the auto organization when we are in front of common resources status. Following this research path and this which is coming from the institutional approach of the hold-house waste’s economy, we try to understand the fundamentals and the characteristics of the economic model of the solidarity-based appropriate behaviour. Indeed, we demonstrate how best to defend a solidarity-based enterprise to manage the house-hold wastes, not only to integrate people by work in our local society, but to sell that lemon-market based goods for people who are needed about them. To conclude, we are in front of a territorial socio-economic innovation in the hold-house waste economy. And, we can understand what it could be the enlarged social territorial dialog for a new kind of local social sustainable development, even if the economic constraint are more and more difficult to direct.
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Pascal Glemain. Economie des res derelictae et gestion solidaire des déchets. Les écocycleries, des entreprises d'appropriateurs solidaires. Management & Avenir, INSEEC/Management Prospective Ed. 2013, 65 (7), pp.154-168. ⟨10.3917/mav.065.0154⟩. ⟨hal-01892602⟩

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