Quand l’entrepreneur devient entrepreneur politique : le cas du développement de la méthanisation agricole en France

Abstract : This article aims to explore the links between entrepreneurship in the economic sense and the political entrepreneurship. The first part introduces the two concepts and analyses what links can be established between them. The article then studies the case of two farmers – economical entrepreneurs – who want to diversify in agricultural methanization, using the process of direct grid injection. These entrepreneurs are facing an inadequate and not fully finalized regulatory framework, which hinders the development of their project. As “political entrepreneurs” they carry on various actions aiming to influence public decisions, in order to enable the development of this activity. The third and final part of the article explores the specificities of lobbying performed by an entrepreneur.
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Mourad Attarça, Maryvonne Lassalle-de Salins. Quand l’entrepreneur devient entrepreneur politique : le cas du développement de la méthanisation agricole en France. Revue Française de Gestion, Lavoisier, 2013, 3 (232), pp.25-44. ⟨hal-01596568⟩

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