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Rôle de l’apprentissage dans la gouvernance territoriale. Le cas d’une indication géographique en AlgérieThe role of training in territorial governance: Geographical indication in Algeria

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L’analyse de la gouvernance territoriale est présentée à travers l’élaboration du dispositif de reconnaissance de la qualité des produits agricoles et d’origine agricole. Cet instrument est mis en œuvre en invitant les acteurs privés et associatifs à se joindre aux acteurs publics pour la définition des signes de qualité. L’article appréhende la gouvernance à travers les processus d’apprentissage collectif pour la reconnaissance de la qualité des produits d’origine. L’analyse de la gouvernance territoriale met en évidence des situations d’apprentissage de la participation et de la concertation induites par la mise en place de l’Indication géographique figue sèche de Béni Maouche.

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