The French decentralization movement initiated during the 1980’s has been focusing even more on territories since the early 2000’s. This particular tendency favored the emergence of new public action instruments, regularly presented as innovations. This article studies the confrontation that occurs when such an instrument is being faced with the one it was designed to replace. More precisely, it focuses on the partners who get involved in their implementation.
SIMHA J., La confrontation de deux instruments d’action publique: territorialiser la formation professionnelle, Socio-Économie du Travail n°35 (Économies et Sociétés, tome XLVII), mai 2013, p.759-785.