Hugues Jeannerat

Hugues Jeannerat
Université de Neuchâtel | UniNE · Institut de sociologie (ISOCIO)

PhD

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Introduction
Hugues Jeannerat currently works at the Institut de sociologie (ISOCIO) , Université de Neuchâtel. Hugues does research in Entrepreneurial Economics, Evolutionary Economics and Business Administration. Their most recent publication is 'Innovations Sociales : Comment les Sciences Sociales contribuent à transformer la Société'.

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This paper proposes a conceptual reading of the issues and theoriesthat have cumulatively formed the backbone of current ‘innovatized’territorial development policies. It emphasizes the broadening of atechnological innovation perspective to a cultural and, subsequently,social and societal innovation perspective. While this broaderperspective encour...
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In the 1980s, Switzerland’s Jura Arc region was a globally competitive ‘new industrial space’ in the Third Industrial Revolution’s flexible accumulation regime based on information and communication technology (ICT) and automation processes. Recently, this nowadays ‘old industrial space’ has been experiencing the implementation of Industry 4.0. Cau...
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Les défis économiques, sociaux et environnementaux auxquels la Suisse fait face au même titre que le reste du monde élargissent considérablement les enjeux de l’innovation et sa définition. Innover ne porte pas que sur le développement de nouvelles technologies incorporées dans de nouveaux produits ou de nouveaux procédés. Innover consiste égalemen...
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Beyond R&D and competitiveness theories of innovation, various conceptual broadenings have recently been proposed to tackle the complex, multidimensional and multi-level dynamics of innovation at stake in the transformation of the economy and society towards new sustainable development regimes. This paper proposes a reading of these conceptual broa...
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Ce petit ouvrage entend contribuer à une réflexion sur le rôle transformateur des sciences sociales, qui constitue l’un des aspects de l’innovation sociale. Il ne s’agit pas d’un traité ou d’un manuel, mais d’un working book, le premier d’une série publiée par la Maison d'Analyse des Processus Sociaux à l'Université de Neuchâtel.
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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 territorial innovation models (TIMs) remain focused on production today. Thus consumption is most often assessed as an abstract demand expressed by exogenous market mechanisms....
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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 of innovation are usually production based and give prominence to producer-supplier relations. Drawing on a socio-economic approach to markets, the pape...
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The Photovoltaic Industry of Western Switzerland: A Multi-Local Valuation Milieu Various territorial innovation models have been developed since the 1980s, offering a new perspective on how certain regional production systems have grown out of the innovation and training processes specific to particular local milieus. This article reconsiders this...
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This chapter provides a reflex.ive accounl on the fundamental issues raised by the experience economy for urban and regional studies in the last decade. Througb the concept of 'territorial staging system' (TSS), a possible research agenda is proposed on the basis of current and ongoing debates in economie geography. Rather than a closed-ended under...
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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 ind...
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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 fost...
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Territorial innovation models have mostly paid attention to regional innovations taking place in a globalized economy characterized by the increased mobility of commodities but limited mobility of knowledge and financial resources. This chapter reconsiders this approach by taking into account the higher mobility of these resources and their embeddi...
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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 pla...
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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 establis...
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This paper presents the conditions of the recent emergence of quality fast food restaurants in Paris. Rather than being a radical innovation, the development of this new form of restaurants can be understood through the concept of path plasticity. That is innovation and change occurring within a well-established institutional setting of technology/...
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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 theo...
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The attempt of the paper is to propose a coherent conceptual framework that enables to analyse today s knowledge dynamics in relation to regional development issues. Traditional approaches in territorial economy and economic geography have most often paid attention to production challenges and technological processes in order to analyse dynamics of...
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Territorial Innovation Models (TIMs) such as innovative milieus, industrial districts, regional innovation systems, etc. have developed since the mid-eighties in a context mostly driven by the crisis of the industrial regions. From that theoretical heritage, a new questioning based on Territorial Knowledge Dynamics addresses here conceptual changes...
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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 theoretical shift from innovation studies to the knowledge economy is taken into account by the suggested concept of territorial knowledge dynamics (TKDs). Ob...

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