This book introduces a radically spatialised approach to knowledge creation and innovation. Reflecting on an array of European urban and regional developments, it offers an updated notion of milieu as the conceptual and material space of knowledge and innovation in line with the interpretative turn in social sciences and humanities. In view of the unwillingness of mainstream economics to accommodate such a trend, the authors pursue a broadly understood hermeneutic approach that expands on the triad of knowledge-space-innovation. The bookas main findings are that space is an essential intermediary in the connection between knowledge and innovation, and that a renewed notion of milieu provides the knowledge-space-innovation triad with both an analytical basis and operational power. It also offers fresh insights into the significance and potential of the knowledge economy. A number of empirical European case studies on various scales (organisations, cities and territories) support the findings and suggest new policy directions.... G47.6.1aRetail sale of books in specialised stores G47.6.2aRetail sale of newspapers and stationery in specialised ... works N81.3.0aLandscape service activities N82.2.0aActivities of call centres S95.1.1aRepair of computers andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Knowledge-creating Milieus in Europe|
|Author||:||Augusto Cusinato, Andreas Philippopoulos-Mihalopoulos|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-08-26|