Construction de la LGV SEA Tours-Bordeaux et politique de recrutement local: analyse de la coordination des acteurs publics et privés
Etienne Fouqueray and
Géographie, économie, société, 2017, vol. 19, issue 4, 433-458
The construction of the High Speed Line South Europe Atlantic (LGV SEA) between Tours and Bordeaux started in 2011 and required about 9000 employees at the peak in summer 2013. To reach this goal the construction company and local stakeholders had to develop an employment and training policy adapted to the project. In particular, the recruitment of about 2000 local employees by the construction company has been possible through a partnership between both local and national employment and training stakeholders. Because of the lack of assessment of ?employment-training? policies accompanying major transport infrastructure projects, this paper aims to analyze the plan for ?employment training? implemented on this project in order to assess the effectiveness of local governance system that allowed the recruitment of these employees.
Keywords: construction; HSL Tours-Bordeaux; employment; Stakeholders; governance; proximity (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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