Espaces de coworking et fablabs des villes petites et moyennes : un rôle de middleground ?

Abstract : This contribution questions the notion of middleground as intermediate between the underground and upperground (Cohendet et al., 2010), applied to the specific context of small and medium-sized cities. The aim is to deter- mine to what extent the “ground model” is relevant for such territories and whether it reveals how collaborative spaces work. The results are based on a multiple case analysis based on a semi-directive interview survey. They reveal some particular features that have not been highlighted in the literature, such as a weak fragmentation between actors (multi-community member- ship, inter-layer mobility) and an open and transversal functioning of the spaces studied. To conclude, the three different layers in small and medium- sized cities seem more intricate than in metropolises areas.
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Anne-Laure Le Nadant, Clément Marinos. Espaces de coworking et fablabs des villes petites et moyennes : un rôle de middleground ?. Innovations - Revue d’économie et de management de l'innovation, De Boeck Supérieur, 2020, 1 (61), pp.41-66. ⟨hal-02361833⟩

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