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The objective of this book is to study the extent to which the metropolisation process presents a solution for improving the competitiveness of medium-sized cities.
In order to meet the positioning desired by these cities, their development and actions cannot be envisaged exclusively on the scale of a single urban area.
A process of functional polycentric metropolisation is necessary for the construction of a metropolitan trajectory for these cities.
This process calls for a territory with a metropolitan vocation to be seen as a territorial system with superior functions that allow it to specialise within a network of cities with a continental or regional minimum.
The implementation of these options, as applied to Moroccan cities, will have to be assessed in the light of the necessary consideration of the Moroccan originality in terms of morphological polycentricity, which presents cities in pairs.
This observation invites the territorial actors to situate themselves in relation to this specificity and make it evolve towards a polycentricity with perspectives based on functional complementarities.
Redouan DAAFI is a university professor at the ENCG of Casablanca, PhD in management sciences from the ISCAE Group and laureate of the ENA of France, Promotion Lucie AUBRAC.
He is the author of several articles and works on territorial development and has worked as an auditor of the territorial administration in Morocco.
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