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7. The theory of spatial proximity or the actor strategy The theory of spatial proximity has its roots in the special edition of the Revue d’économie régionale et urbaine13 published in 1993, but previous texts should also be cited, such as that co-signed by seven economists [TOR 92] in La revue d’économie industrielle14 published one year in advance. However, La Revue d’économie régionale et urbaine remains the so-called founding father in this theoretical field. Right from the beginning of the 1990s, several editions have reviewed the development of the theory of proximity, whose principal objective was to provide a response to the issues related to business-to-business cooperation, the location of activities, the innovation process, the function of clusters, the mechanisms of local governance, etc.
They question the new means of territorial organization which can replace the fundamentally Fordist organization (growth poles). They criticize Krugman’s analysis which is exclusively based on economic territorial analysis. , in short, the representation of contemporary capitalism at territorial level. These works are heavily influenced by the School of Regulation which defends the idea of a co-construction between politics and economics, which participates in building an “accumulation regime” (a production system) and a “social means of regulation” (a structure for political governance).
However, they were also frequently subject to numerous criticisms. For example in France, Benko [BEN 00] proved highly critical of Krugman by criticizing him for not having studied the social past of territories in-depth, and with respect to power relations between social groups which make up the territory and the governance relationships linking them. However, these critics remain relatively insignificant given Paul Krugman’s international reputation. 6. Clusters and areas of expertise at the heart of global competition Having been convinced for a long time of the weaknesses of the Keynesian model, the free-market economists have also turned their attention to territorial analysis, resuming this facet along with their 34 Entrepreneurial Ecosystems territorial competitiveness.