Desarrollo local sustentable. Gobernanza, cultura, resiliencia y oportunidades. / Sustainable local development. Governance, culture, resilience and opportunities.

  • Tomas Gabriel Bas
  • Jacques Gagnon
  • Philip Gagnon
Palabras clave: Desarrollo sustentable, Cultura, Gobernanza, Institucionalidad, Ventanas de oportunidades, Sustainable development, Culture, Governance, Institutionality, Windows opportunities

Resumen

El artículo reflexiona sobre diferentes postulados interdisciplinarios del desarrollo territorial sumergiéndose en lo cultural, la sustentabilidad local y su introspección teórica hacia una institucionalidad y gobernanza multifacética, que establezca estrategias para generar ventanas de oportunidades para una resiliencia socio-eco-sustentable duradera.
ABSTRACT: 
The article reflects on different interdisciplinary postulates of territorial development immersed in the cultural, local sustainability and theoretical introspection towards a multifaceted institutionality and governance, which establishes strategies to generate windows-opportunity for a sustainable social-ecological resilience.

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2020-12-21
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Bas, T. G., Gagnon, J., & Gagnon, P. (2020). Desarrollo local sustentable. Gobernanza, cultura, resiliencia y oportunidades. / Sustainable local development. Governance, culture, resilience and opportunities. Revista De Ciencias Empresariales │Universidad Blas Pascal, (5 (2020), 7-18. https://doi.org/10.37767/2468-9785(2020)001