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Territorial Knowledge Dynamics: From the Proximity Paradigm to Multi-location Milieus
This paper addresses the issue of updating a research agenda about territorial innovation models (TIMs) such as innovative milieus, industrial districts, regional innovation systems, etc. The
Staging experience, valuing authenticity: Towards a market perspective on territorial development
Drawing on particular socio-economic theories, this paper discusses the implications for regional studies of the experience economy approach through the broader question of market valuation.
Knowledge, Resources and Markets: What Economic System of Valuation?
Jeannerat H. and Kebir L. Knowledge, resources and markets: what economic system of valuation?, Regional Studies. Exploring in ever more detail learning processes at the root of economic change, main
Non-technological innovation and multi-local territorial knowledge dynamics in the Swiss watch industry
Over the last few decades, territorial approaches have generally tried to explain how regions have specialised their production systems around specific path dependencies and technological innovation;
Beyond Production and Standards: Toward a Status Market Approach to Territorial Innovation and Knowledge Policy
MacNeill S. and Jeannerat H. Beyond production and standards: toward a status market approach to territorial innovation and knowledge policy, Regional Studies. Current theoretical and policy models
Urban and regional studies in the experience economy: What kind of turn?
The paper introduces a special issue on ‘the experience turn in development and planning’. It is argued that the notion of the experience economy is able to challenge established theories of the
Editorial: From ‘Territorial Innovation Models’ to ‘Territorial Knowledge Dynamics’: On the Learning Value of a New Concept in Regional Studies
In the past decades, knowledge, its various dynamics of generation, use and (re)combination have been scrutinized in ever more detail to explain empirically and theoretically how different