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Mythes et réalités de l'économie résidentielle

Abstract : The development of mobility profoundly changed the functioning of regional economics as the population actually present in a territory becomes variable. From the example of the Auvergne region, it is shown how the residential economy may be an opening of possibilities in all territories. However, this potential depends on a strong and coherent mobilization of public policies and to address four major challenges that require clear consensus regarding: The challenge of a necessary balance between residential economics and productive, that of regulating conflicts between sectors, populations, that of a sustainable land management (including a perspective land), and finally the need to manage the contradictions between national and local interests and its corollary: The maintenance of social and national cohesion.
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Dominique Vollet, L. Trognon, René Baumont, Stéphane Ingrand, Sylvie Lardon, et al.. Mythes et réalités de l'économie résidentielle. L'Auvergne au XXIeme siècle, Pagecentrale, pp.96-103, 2012. ⟨hal-02597196⟩



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