Non-technological innovation and multi-local territorial knowledge dynamics in the Swiss watch industry

@article{Jeannerat2011NontechnologicalIA,
  title={Non-technological innovation and multi-local territorial knowledge dynamics in the Swiss watch industry},
  author={Hugues Jeannerat and Olivier Crevoisier},
  journal={International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={26-44}
}
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; how their specialisation enabled them to compete locally in the global market. Some socio-economic changes and recent theories have addressed new theoretical questions regarding new dynamics of knowledge, new territorial relations and new types of innovation. The case of the Swiss watch industry is… Expand
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