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Les politiques régionales de développement rural : quelles traductions territoriales ?

Abstract : This paper analyzes the changes taking place in the design and implementation of rural development policies across five European regions (including the Auvergne) under the Rural Development Regulation (RDR) 2007-2013. Three main categories of results are highlighted. The first group of results concerns the production of an analytical framework of the main levers of intervention underlying rural development policies. A second group of results is based on an analysis of institutional forms of regionalization of rural development regulation. A third set of results concerns the assessment of the "Added Territorial Value" of this kind of bottom-up approaches and on the determinants and distribution of transaction costs inherent in rural development measures.
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Marielle Berriet-Solliec, Dominique Vollet, Sylvain Chabe-Ferret, Denis Lépicier, A. Trouvé, et al.. Les politiques régionales de développement rural : quelles traductions territoriales ?. Revue d'Auvergne, Association des amis des universités de Clermont-Ferrand, 2012, pp.172-188. ⟨hal-02597222⟩

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