Les apports du GREMI à l'analyse territoriale de l'innovation ou 20 ans de recherche sur les milieux innovateurs
AbstractThis paper deals with the last research decades about the concept of milieu innovateur as it has been created and utilized by a European research network, the GREMI, working on the territorial aspects of innovation and development. From the early typologies of territories innovation trajectoires and the analyses of relationship between milieux and innovation networks, to structural and organisational characteristics of milieux and long term evolution trajectories, to interrelations between the milieu and the city, the objective is to show the richness of a concept that allows to understand the rearrangements that occurred since thirty years within firms and territories.
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Territory; innovation; milieu innovateur; trajectories; collective learning.;
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