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Innovations sociales : comment les sciences sociales contribuent à transformer la société

Söderström, Ola ; Kloetzer, Laure ; Jeannerat, Hugues

Neuchâtel : Université de Neuchâtel - Maison d'analyse des processus sociaux (MAPS), 2017

(E-books MAPS ; 1)

ISBN: ISSN 2504-396X

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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

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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

Current theoretical and policy models of innovation are usually production based and give prominence to producer–supplier relations. Drawing on a socio-economic approach to markets, the paper reconsiders these established models in order to broaden the understanding of innovation and territorial knowledge dynamics. The premium segment sports cars innovated in the UK's West Midlands is examined...

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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

Exploring in ever more detail learning processes at the root of economic change, main territorial innovation models (TIMs) remain focused on production today. Thus consumption is most often assessed as an abstract demand expressed by exogenous market mechanisms. In a socio-institutional approach, this article conceptualizes an economic system in which knowledge is a constructed resource valued in...

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Peripheries, Mobilities and e-Technologies: The Rise of Regional Social Network Policies

Rérat, Patrick ; Jeannerat, Hugues

In: disP - The Planning Review, 2014, vol. 50, no. 1, p. 33-42

The mobility of highly qualified people is a major issue for regional development and represents a matter of particular concern for peripheral regions, which tend to be characterized by the out-migration of their graduates (brain drain). While regional policies have traditionally focused on the labor market and framework conditions in order to foster territorial development, a new kind of...

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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...