Leïla Kebir

Leïla Kebir
University of Lausanne | UNIL

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Tourism, as society, is facing many environmental, digital, and social challenges. Destinations and tourist regions are at the forefront of the so-called transition of tourism. On the one hand they are directly affected by these challenges and on the other hand they are important places for actions and adaptation strategies. Adaptation is understoo...
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Le projet scientifique « BIenS COmmuns et TErritoire » (BISCOTE) porte sur le thème émergent des biens communs en tant que nouvelle approche de création et de gestion des ressources urbaines et territoriales. Que sont ces « nouveaux » communs, en quoi consistent-ils concrètement, comment mobilisent-ils le territoire, ses ressources, ses acteurs et...
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Resort development raises not only the question of rise and decline of tourism, but also of the change of place qualities. How can the variability of resort development be further qualified and explained? We develop the concept of “touristic capital” of resorts in order to analyse the variable trajectories of resorts over time. It is suggested reso...
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On observe aujourd’hui une recrudescence d’initiatives et de travaux fondés sur le concept de biens communs (au pluriel ou au singulier) ou de communs (Coriat, 2015 ; Dardot et Laval, 2014 ; Rochfeld et al., 2017) en particulier dans le domaine de l’aménagement, de l’urbanisme et du développement territorial et urbain (Revue Urbanisme, 2014 ; Festa...
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Knowledge, resources and markets: what economic system of valuation?, Regional Studies. Exploring in ever more detail learning processes at the root of economic change, main territorial innovation models (TIMs) remain focused on production today. Thus consumption is most often assessed as an abstract demand expressed by exogenous market mechanisms....
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GES participe de manière classique à la vie scienti que par la di usion des travaux des chercheurs, les comptes rendus de livres et de colloques etc. Nous proposons à travers cette rubrique « Regards sur les questions d’actualité » d’ouvrir la revue aux débats contemporains autour de questions d’actualités qui relèvent de la sociologie, de la géogr...
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The Rise of Urban Agriculture: an Epiphenomenon or a Slow Revolution ? Urban agriculture seems to make a comeback in cities of Northern countries. Public, private, associative and also entrepreneurial initiatives are spreading. The enthusiasm accompanying the development of these initiatives is quite broad about the range of services provided: food...
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The development of short supply food chains (SSFCs) is a noteworthy phenomenon in Europe. This paper questions whether these SSFC contribute or not to the preservation and/or development of urban agriculture in the Ile-de-France Region (Paris and surrounding areas), where agriculture still represents a major land use activity (more than 50%). Based...
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This paper presents the conditions of the recent emergence of quality fast food restaurants in Paris. Rather than being a radical innovation, the development of this new form of restaurants can be understood through the concept of path plasticity. That is innovation and change occurring within a well-established institutional setting of technology/...
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It is often deplored that the role of Geographical Proximity in creativity, innovation and regional development dynamics has been considered of secondary importance in the recent debates on the end of Geography. However the issue of Geographical Proximity comes back into force today, notably in one of the basic functions of our society: food. Based...
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Contribution au Rapport final de la Recherche menée pour le PUCA Ministère de l'Ecologie, de l'Energie, du Développement Durable et de la Mer dans le cadre de la consultation de recherche : " Localisation des activités économiques et développement durable des activités ? "
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Dans l’offre alimentaire au consommateur d’Ile-de-France apparaissent et prennent de l’ampleur des circuits plus innovants, tels les paniers de Fruits et Légumes ou de Viande, les ventes par Internet ou les cueillettes. Même marginale sur un plan quantitatif cette tendance figure un renouvellement des modes d’approvisionnement des consommateurs fra...
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L’intégration dans les activités agricoles des fonctions de transformation et de commercialisation apparaît aujourd’hui comme une solution aux difficultés rencontrées par les secteurs agricoles des pays industrialisés. Nombre d’initiatives foisonnent, en France, en Angleterre, aux Etats-Unis, dans tous les types d’espaces, en zone rurale, à proximi...
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With the growing importance of non-material resources in the dynamics of development today, more emphasis is placed on constructed resources (skills, know-how, qualifications, but also methods of doing and acting) than on natural resources. Indeed, within the framework of globalisation, nations and firms are obliged to base their competitive advant...
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René Passet, penseur humaniste, défie l’orthodoxie et ne cesse de chercher à dépasser les idées dominantes trop bien ancrées. Militant de la transdisciplinarité et visionnaire du global et de la complexité, il est à la recherche d’un nouveau paradigme, ouvert et intégrateur.
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Local food supply chains seem now to be considered as a serious alternative to global ones in terms of sustainability. A lot of initiatives are developed and they often are associated with economical, social and environmental benefits. The main objective of this paper is to discuss the reality of these advantages. They are notably considered as a w...
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The attempt of the paper is to propose a coherent conceptual framework that enables to analyse today s knowledge dynamics in relation to regional development issues. Traditional approaches in territorial economy and economic geography have most often paid attention to production challenges and technological processes in order to analyse dynamics of...
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Regards Géographie, Économie, Société 16 (2014) 123-132 géographie économie société géographie économie société sur… GES participe de manière classique à la vie scientifique par la diffusion des travaux des chercheurs, les comptes rendus de livres et de colloques etc. Nous proposons à travers cette rubrique « Regards sur les questions d'actualité »...
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Rapport final Programme PUCA-MEEDATE Construire un programme de recherche en Economie Territoriale dans la perspective du développement durable 126 p. + dossier d'annexes 76 p
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Chercheur-penseur poly-disciplinaire et à contre-courant, Edgar Morin construit son œuvre animé par un besoin irrépressible de comprendre les antagonismes, les contradictions et d’unir les contraires. Défenseur d’une pensée complexe, reliante et ancrée dans la vie, il n’a de cesse de vouloir comprendre l’humain dans ce qu’il a de pire comme de meil...
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Maurice Allais, Prix Nobel d’économie français, tour à tour controversé et récompensé, soucieux de confronter les théories à la réalité, se définit très modestement comme « un amateur en économie » à la recherche d’une utilisation optimale des ressources et d’une répartition des richesses produites qui soit acceptée par le plus grand nombre.
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Roberto Camagni, un chercheur curieux et engagé, venu à l’économie après mai 1968. Reconnu pour sa contribution aux sciences régionales, passionné et toujours prêt à relever de nouveaux défis, il est aussi un « conseiller des princes » lucide et clairvoyant.
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Cultural resources are today the object of considerable attention in regional economics. Ground for new forms of innovation these resources have given rise to numerous works aiming at understanding the emergence and organisation of culture based economic activities and at identifying the role of these activities in regional development and urban pl...
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According to Parker (2005), a supply chain is short when the number of intermediaries between the consumer and the producer is low, and/or when the geographical distance between both is small. Ideally, a short supply chain (SSC) should gather both characteristics. SSC's are often presented in the international literature as a sustainable way of ter...
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The innovative milieu approach consists of exploring how and to which extent local environments contribute to the coherence and the competitiveness of production systems. In line with this work, the present paper explores the articulation of high value added services creation, regional development, and natural and cultural resources evolution. Base...
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Resources and regional development, what issues ? Based on the results of empirical and conceptual research, the paper is about the relation between resource and development at a regional scale and from the point of view of regional policy. The question of the resource refers to a multitude of objects and situations. May one think of resources like...
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Today many contributions are dedicated to the role of industrial districts, clusters and other such networks in local economic development, or to local innovation dynamics (innovative milieus, technopoles, regional innovation systems, learning regions and so on). In our opinion, the crucial question at present no longer consists of providing new no...
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This paper investigates the theoretical backgrounds of the "cluster" and proposes a framework aiming at drawing the contour of cluster theory. The profundity of the notion of "clusters" is arguably conditional on the coherence of four fundamental issues associated with the concept: 1) the economic and social benefits that may accrue to firms when c...
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The present economic environment invites a threefold observation: first, a region's economic development is closely bound up with its potential in the form of mobilisable resources, more particularly specific intangible resources, which make it possible to forge competitive advantages (Colletis and Pecqueur, 1994). Second, the forging of these comp...
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This paper explores the relation between resources and economic development at the regional scale. It proposes a conceptual framework based on the idea that resources are more than production factors ready for allocation. They consist in a process that makes the connection between objects (knowledge, raw material, etc.) and the production intention...

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Based on a dozen of case studies realised by 10 European and Japanese teams, this project objective is to analyze recent developments of territorial systems of production, networks of innovation and innovative milieus, with regard to the issue of sustainable development. Associated publication : Free access paper: https://www.elgaronline.com/view/9781784712204.00007.xml Full Book : http://www.e-elgar.com/shop/sustainable-innovation-and-regional-development .