Territorial Innovation Strategies
AbstractThe design of the territorial innovation strategies is based on the local development of the patrimony, valorized as main resource. In this perspective, the rural areas can be analyzed as territories in dynamics, defined by the specific qualities, territorial resources and the existing articulation modalities between the users of resources. The utilization of the patrimony paradigm in terms of social innovation is achieved by: the “economic” revalorization of the patrimony – establishment of the systemic interdependences between the territorial economic development and the territorial mobilization, defined by the patrimony ecosystem; the “social” revalorization of the patrimony – establishment of the relational system specific to the patrimony ecosystem. The methodology used for the design of the territorial innovation strategies consists of: analysis of primary data; quantitative and qualitative analysis of the rural inter-functionality processes and phenomena; rural inter-functionality scenarios: natural systems–human systems.
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by Institute of Agricultural Economics in its journal Agricultural Economics and Rural Development.
Volume (Year): 9 (2012)
Issue (Month): 1 ()
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