SUSTAINABLE PRODUCTION SYSTEM: eco-development versus sustainable development 9781786303325, 1786303329


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Table of contents :
Cover......Page 1
Half-Title Page......Page 3
Dedication......Page 4
Title Page......Page 5
Copyright Page......Page 6
Contents......Page 7
Introduction......Page 9
1.1. Capturing power......Page 19
1.1.1. From eco-development to sustainable development......Page 20
1.1.2. Interest and limits of the decoupling concept......Page 28
1.2. Systemic approach to the economy......Page 37
1.2.1. Nature and structure of productive capital......Page 39
1.2.2. Spaces and temporalities of productive phenomena......Page 47
1.3. Conclusion......Page 56
2.1. The value chain: an outdated representation......Page 59
2.1.1. Toward a functional economy......Page 60
2.1.2. Valuing multifunctional production......Page 68
2.2. Reinventing performance......Page 76
2.2.1. Information socioeconomy......Page 77
2.2.2. Preserving the functional heritage......Page 85
2.3. Conclusion......Page 90
3.1. From agent to actor......Page 93
3.1.1. Decompartmentalizing the economic space......Page 94
3.1.2. Toward a cooperative transaction society......Page 102
3.2. To discuss is to produce......Page 107
3.2.1. Toward a hermeneutical and contributory web......Page 109
3.2.2. A contributory platform for political economy......Page 118
3.3. Conclusion......Page 125
4.1. Performance systems......Page 127
4.1.1. Coupling between functional ecosystems......Page 129
4.1.2. Multiscalar and cross-sectoral scenarios......Page 141
4.2. Cost systems......Page 151
4.2.1. Internalization and territorialization......Page 152
4.2.2. Structuring the micro–macro accounting space......Page 160
4.3. Conclusion......Page 173
5.1. Restructuring the transactional space......Page 175
5.1.1. Levels of representation and materiality......Page 177
5.1.2. Intangible assets and performance contract......Page 184
5.2. Taking the measure of the territorial heritage......Page 196
5.2.1. An irreducible interface between performance and profitability......Page 197
5.2.2. Territorial informative and cognitive assessment......Page 204
5.3. Conclusion......Page 212
6.1. Dynamic Modeling of Cost Systems......Page 215
6.1.1. Linking shared representations and activity costs......Page 217
6.1.2. Relative growth and strategic alignment......Page 225
6.2. Social value of acceleration......Page 237
6.2.1. Entropy, wealth and time......Page 239
6.2.2. Turning toward sustainability......Page 247
6.3. Conclusion......Page 259
Conclusion......Page 263
Postface......Page 273
References......Page 277
Index......Page 299
Other titles from iSTE in Innovation, Entrepreneurship and Management......Page 301
EULA......Page 313

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