“Territorialization” of Innovation Training and “Learning by Commuting”: Lessons of an International Case Study

By Richard Le Goff

English

From an international case study on innovation training, this paper sets out to examine the concept of “Cluster” and existing typologies of Local Productive Systems (LPS) with regard to an analysis founded on learning dynamics and the nature of knowledge. Network-firms and centers of higher education and research appear to be the major actors in the territories and “learning by commuting” to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship.

Keywords

  • learning by commuting
  • innovation
  • networks
  • research
  • university
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