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Towards a staging system approach to territorial innovation

Jeannerat, Hugues

In: Spatial Dynamics in the Experience Economy, 2012, p. 21-38

Université de Neuchâtel

Beyond Production and Standards: Toward a Status Market Approach to Territorial Innovation and Knowledge Policy

Macneill Stewart ; Jeannerat, Hugues

In: Regional Studies, 2016, vol. 50, no. 2, p. 245-259

Les modèles théoriques et politiques actuels d’innovation sont le plus souvent fondés sur la production et soulignent les relations entre producteurs et fournisseurs. Dans une approche socio-économique des marchés, l’article reconsidère ces modèles afin d’élargir notre compréhension de l’innovation et des dynamiques territoriales de connaissance. Nous étudions des innovations...

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Born to be Sold: Start-ups as Products and New Territorial Life Cycles of Industrialization

Livi, Christian ; Jeannerat, Hugues

In: European Planning Studies, 2014, vol. 23, no. 10, p. 1953-1974

Territorial innovation models and policy practices traditionally tend to associate the emergence, resurgence and growth of start-ups with the development of local industries, either as industrial pioneers or as innovative spinoffs embedded in a regional production system. This approach is in line with a “life cycle” pattern of innovation and of industrialization marked by sequential waves of...

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Knowledge, Resources and Markets: What Economic System of Valuation?

Jeannerat, Hugues ; Kebir, Leila

In: Regional Studies, 2016, vol. 50, p. 274-288

Examinant toujours plus en détail les processus d'apprentissage à l'origine du changement économique, les modèles territoriaux d'innovation en vigueur (territorial innovation models; TIMs) sont centrés sur la production. La consommation reste souvent une demande abstraite exprimée par des mécanismes exogènes de marché. Dans une perspective socio-institutionnelle, cet article...

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Urban and regional studies in the experience economy: What kind of turn?

Jeannerat, Hugues ; Lorentzen, Anne

In: European Urban and Regional Studies, 2013, vol. 20, no. 4, p. 363-369

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 culture economy in three ways. First, by placing consumption and consumers as point of departure for innovation and valuation. Secondly, by approaching place as valuable for consumption, and finally...

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Staging experience, valuing authenticity: Towards a market perspective on territorial development

Jeannerat, Hugues

In: European Urban and Regional Studies, 2013, vol. 20, no. 4, p. 370-384

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. Different forms of market construction are identified and compared with regard to distinct models of regional development. It is observed that most of established territorial innovation models give prominence...