Les PTCE, une dynamique citoyenne et institutionnelle d'innovations sociales

Abstract : Coming from civil society and entrepreneurial processes in a bottom-up strategy, territorial clusters of economic cooperation (inspired by french economic clusters) could hardly emerge and develop separately from public institutions. The approach by local collective strategies shows indeed that citizens’ and institutional processes combine to create groups of social actors. But such governance is not obvious, needs to be organized, taking into account the purposes, constraints, means of each stakeholder and in compliance with the necessary but relative autonomy of each of them. The roannaise initiative, POLLENS, highlights the many practical forms that the involvement of public institutions can take in the development of a social cluster, and shows the strategic importance to reach agreements, both for social economy and local public institutions.
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Myriam Matray, Jacques Poisat. Les PTCE, une dynamique citoyenne et institutionnelle d'innovations sociales. Cahiers du Cirtes Hors-Série 4, Presses Universitaires de Louvain , 2014, Hors-Série 4, p. 664. ⟨hal-00992994⟩



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