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La création d'un PTCE comme espace de régulation territoriale sectorielle : le cas des éco-matériaux dans les Hautes-Alpes

Authors: Bourbousson, Céline;

La création d'un PTCE comme espace de régulation territoriale sectorielle : le cas des éco-matériaux dans les Hautes-Alpes

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Cet article part de la volonté de questionner la potentialité d’une dynamique locale de régulation. Il s’appuie sur l’étude de cas du pôle territorial de coopération économique (PTCE) éco-matériaux 04-05, qui cherche à structurer les filières de l’écoconstruction dans ces deux départements. Véritable instrument de politique publique en faveur de l’économie sociale et solidaire (ESS), ce dispositif s’est élaboré sur les apports théoriques de l’économie territoriale. La catégorie du local est ainsi l’échelle privilégiée de la construction et de l’appréhension de la démarche. D’ailleurs, pour expliquer les freins et les écueils que rencontre le projet, les discours des acteurs font souvent référence à des enjeux locaux ou des explications monocausales. Nous entendons a contrario adopter un angle plus macro en nous appuyant sur la théorie de la régulation, pour mieux cerner le PTCE en tant que méso-système imbriqué dans un régime d’accumulation. Cet angle permet de saisir comment le PTCE est contraint par les dispositifs institutionnels qui régissent le secteur, et de questionner la dialectique méso-macro et son éventuelle capacité à structurer et développer les filières des éco-matériaux sur le territoire étudié.

This paper deals with the potentiality of a local dynamics of regulation. We proceed by the case study of a territorial cluster for economic cooperation (PTCE), which aims at structuring and developing eco-construction sector in two French departments (04 and 05). PTCE is a real public policy instrument for social economy which has been created on theoretical contributions for territorial economy. The category of local tends to be the privileged scale of construction and analysis of the project. Thus, actors’ speech often refer to local stakes or monocausal explanations to justify the obstacles to the project. We adopt by contrast a macro vision by mobilising the Regulation theoretical framework in order to analyse the PTCE as a meso-system, embedded in a regime of accumulation. This approach enables to understand how the PTCE is coerced by institutional arrangements that regulate the sector, and to question the meso-macro dialectic and its capacity to structure and develop an eco-construction sector in the studied territory.

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Regulation approach, territoire, effet d'agglomération, pôle territorial de coopération économique, ressources, régulation, Territoire, Territorial clusters of economic cooperation, [SHS.GESTION]Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration, Territory, [SHS.GESTION] Humanities and Social Sciences/Business administration, Pôle Territorial de Coopération Economique

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