Martine Brasseur, Paris Cité University and CEDAG, France.
Annie Bartoli, Paris-Saclay University, France.
Didier Chabaud, IAE Paris Sorbonne Business School, France.
Pascal Grouiez, Paris Cité University and LADYSS, France.
Gilles Rouet, Paris Cité University, France.
Inequalities and other “social fractures” mark our contemporary economies and societies. While global approaches may have long been sufficient in the past, the focus today is on how local dynamics can make inclusion possible.
This two-volume collective work reports on these local dynamics, shedding light on how the creation of inclusive territories can be envisaged and developed. To this end, the involvement of public, private and associative organizations has been identified as one of the conditions for success. In fact, they act both as partners in a territory and as inclusive spaces.
Inclusive Territories 1 examines the approaches implemented by several organizations that have made inclusion their wider objective.
Part 1. Entrepreneurial Dynamics that Promote Inclusion Within a Territory.
1. Inclusive Territory: An Ongoing Conceptualization, Martine Brasseur.
2. The Employer Group and its Stakeholders: Application for a Timeshare HR Manager Job, Anne Joyeau, Sébastien Le Gall, and Gwénaëlle Poilpot-Rocaboy.
3. Contributions of a Science and Technology Park (STP) to Inclusive Mobility for a Territory, Isabelle Kustosz and Stéphane Meuric.
4. Understanding the Development of Social Enterprise in South Korea, Éric Bidet.
Part 2. Social Innovations by Inclusive Companies Within a Territory.
5. Managing Inclusion and Diversity in Organizations: A Strategic Approach to Human Capital, Douglas McCabe.
6. A Solidarity Economy Group Implementing Inclusive Recruitment Within a Territory, Rahma Chekkar and Renaud Chenon.
7. The Role of Social Economy Entrepreneurs in Governing Inclusive Social Innovation Ecosystems: The Cause of Mobility for Vulnerable People in Lorraine, Paul Muller, Bérangère Szostak, and Delphine Wannenmacher.
8. Emergence and Diffusion of Diversity Management in Companies Linking a Territory: The Case of the Hérault Region in France, Amel Ben Rhouma and Elena Mascova.
Martine Brasseur is University Professor at Paris Cité University and Head of the MEIS axis at CEDAG, France. She is also Editor-in-Chief of the RIMHE review.
Annie Bartoli is University Professor and Director of LAREQUOI, UVSQ, at Paris-Saclay University, France. She is also Visiting Research Professor at Georgetown University, USA.
Didier Chabaud is University Professor and Director/ETI Chair in Entrepreneurship and Innovation Territory at IAE Paris Sorbonne Business School, France.
Pascal Grouiez is a senior lecturer at Paris Cité University and LADYSS, France.
Gilles Rouet is University Professor and Director at the Institut supérieur de management, IAE de Versailles Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, Paris Cité University, France.
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