President of the InterRegioNovation Centre, enhancing transfer and exchange of knowledge and innovations between business, research institutions, policy makers, government agencies, individuals in order to contribute to sustainable,smart and innovative territorial development.
Lionel Guillemot is an associate professor in Planning and Geography in the University of Angers, and a member of ESO-Angers research laboratory (UMR CNRS 6590). His research and publications focus on mobilities (mainly in urban and suburban areas), urban and suburban planning, urban temporality, employment (work, unemployment, exclusion), economic activities (with specific focus on retail) […]
Regional innovation strategies in France
The previous post was about spatial planning in England, and today we’re looking across la Manche to France, and French regional innovation strategies in particular. In 2007, every one of France’s 26 regions were invited to adopt a regional innovation strategy. As the Inforegio news pages recently noted, these strategies could be used as a […]