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Local Development Stakeholders and the European Model: Learning the LEADER Approach in the New Member States

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Maurel, Marie-Claude

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Abstract The introduction of a new model of territorial development based on a bottom-up approach appears to be an entirely new process in the formerly communist countries of Central Europe. However, the ongoing process of Europeanisation in these countries is acting as a catalyst for the transmission of this model of endogenous development, a model whose principles are to highlight the specific advantages of each territory and to foster the initiatives taken by decentralised actors. 'Territorial governance' is a notion that sums up these new patterns of public policies that are in keeping with a multi-level environment. At the crossroads of European and national policies with bottom-up initiatives, taken by local stakeholders (local representatives, project managers, etc.), new patterns in territorial resetting are also appearing as part of the change in territorial governance. How does such a transfer of model take place and what effects does it imply? This paper is aimed at analysing the reception of this European model of local development by local actors and their ability for social learning.
Keywords governance
Classification Economic and Social Geography; Political Science
Free Keywords Local Government; Development; Models; Territoriality; Social Learning
Document language English
Publication Year 2008
Page/Pages p. 511-529
Journal Sociologický časopis / Czech Sociological Review, 44 (2008) 3
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications