ENJEUX FORESTIERS GLOBALISÉS ET TERRITOIRES : LES ACTEURS EUROPÉENS FACE A LA RÉGULATION POLITIQUE MULTISCALAIRE

Abstract : This work aims at contributing to the study of the European Union and International Relations. Through analyzing the regulation of forest-based industries and the globalization of forest issues, the aim is to identify how both have been constructed as a European public problem. This is implemented around a central hypothesis: forest territories are institutionalized by actors who participate in its regulation. In order to ascertain the ability of actors to move between scales of regulation, the thesis is grounded on theoretical tools derived from the Theories of international relations and Public policy analysis. After a first part dedicated to defining this approach, a second is presents three case studies of European public policy (forest protection against fire, t renewable energy and actions to counter the trade of illegal wood). In sum, each one shows the ability of actors to territorialize a globalized forest issue.
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Yves Montouroy. ENJEUX FORESTIERS GLOBALISÉS ET TERRITOIRES : LES ACTEURS EUROPÉENS FACE A LA RÉGULATION POLITIQUE MULTISCALAIRE. Science politique. Sciences po Bordeaux; EDSP2, 2012. Français. ⟨tel-02193795⟩

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