L'economie Des Territoires Au Quebec

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L'economie Des Territoires Au Quebec


Blais, Rene, Canadian Journal of Regional Science


L'economie des territoires au Quebec. Marc-Urbain Proulx. Sainte-Foy: PUQ, 2002. ISBN 2-7605-1186-3, 390 pages.

Un livre qui semble au premier abord plein de promesses. L'auteur semble suggerer par son titre <> qu'il va nous presenter l'etat des regions. Une synthese qui serait surement utile! De plus, il annonce que les concepts cle de son travail sont l'amenagement, la gestion et le developpement. Ce qui est aussi relativement novateur.

Sans doute a cause de ces fausses attentes, le livre decoit. Surtout lorsque l'ouvrage est signe d'un specialiste de ces questions. La comprehension des territoires du Quebec en reste au niveau des grands enonces de principe, on n'entre que rarement dans le vif du sujet. Les premiers chapitres sont trop generaux. Ils seraient utiles dans un ouvrage a visee essentiellement pedagogique. Mais est-ce le public vise par cet ouvrage ? Son format ne s'y pret pas vraiment!

Par exemple, l'interet des trois premiers chapitres reside dans la presentation du portrait de la dynamique urbaine au Quebec mais l'analyse reste superficielle. Dans le chapitre 5 plusieurs concepts de geographie et des autres sciences humaines sont passes en revue et evacues le plus souvent en une seule page! …

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