Arbitration between State and Market; the New Strategies of Development: Case of Tunisia
Ines Andrea Ati, Sonia Mannai

The strategies of development were often built in reference to global optics. However, and since the economy crisis of the 1980s, a revision was introduced on the approach and the dimension of the conceptions of these strategies. Since a few years, the local dimension is set up as a major element guiding the elaboration of such strategies. This paper joins this perspective highlighting the rural governance a major role for the explanation of the development. In this study, the Tunisian reality is taken as support, using the technique of the temporal series.

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