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Le « rêvalisable » : entreprendre l'innovation au service du territoire ? Éléments de compréhension avec le cluster des Articulteurs

Abstract : In 2010, the cultural cluster of the Articulteurs is the winner of the DATAR’s “clusters prize”. This cultural structure then aims to give substance to the concept of the “rêvalisable” by supporting a project of experimental laboratory of collective entrepreneurship at the service of the development of the rural territory. Under this particular case study, we seek to understand how a group can undertake an innovation at the service of the territory into “solidarity-based environment.” To do this, we show that if the geography of innovation is likely to bring elements of understanding, it requires an additional study of nature and the conditions for development of collective entrepreneurship. This article is partially in line with critical analyses about the school of the evolutionary economic geography.
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Pascal Glemain. Le « rêvalisable » : entreprendre l'innovation au service du territoire ? Éléments de compréhension avec le cluster des Articulteurs. Revue d'économie régionale et urbaine, Armand Colin, 2019, Décembre (5), pp.987. ⟨10.3917/reru.195.0987⟩. ⟨hal-02484126⟩

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