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Mouvement coopératif paysan et SYAL au Nicaragua : leviers d'écodéveloppement ?

Abstract : The Nicaraguan agrifood system organization is strongly influenced by the Peasant Cooperative Movement (MCP) inherited from the Sandinist Revolution. In a context in which the role of family farming and peasant agriculture in development trajectories tend to be reaffirmed, this thesis in political economics offers a prospective reflexion on potential levers to support Ecodevelopment strategies. As the fruit of a qualitative field research, the analysis of the interviews carried out with peasants in three rural areas of Nicaragua enables us to draw a motivational panorama of cooperative organization. This research results firstly in the identification and qualification of Cooperative-LAFS (Cooperative based Localized Agri-Food Systems) dynamics. Secondly, it enables, while bringing together agroecology and radical industrial ecology, to question the part of the ideal-type ecosystem in structuring agrifood systems, as well as in defining and accompanying Ecodevelopment trajectories.
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Renaud Metereau. Mouvement coopératif paysan et SYAL au Nicaragua : leviers d'écodéveloppement ?. Economies et finances. Université Grenoble Alpes, 2016. Français. ⟨NNT : 2016GREAE004⟩. ⟨tel-01449905⟩



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