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Underground, Upperground Et Middle-ground : Les Collectifs Créatifs Et La Capacité Créative De La Ville

L. Simon
Published 2009 · Political Science

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Cet article analyse un acteur meconnu des villes creatives : les collectifs creatifs. Les villes creatives s’articulent selon trois strates actives. Les firmes – upperground - absorbent les connaissances emergeant des activites creatives de la ville alors que les acteurs de l’underground explorent et proposent de nouvelles avenues creatives. Dans ce contexte, les collectifs creatifs du middleground assument une fonction d’integration des connaissances et de transfert entre l’underground et l’upperground. A travers quelques exemples empiriques, la nature et les roles de ces collectifs sont discutes, ainsi que les differents modes de relations qu’ils pourraient developper avec les firmes et leurs milieux.
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