Territory, economic change, equity and networks.

Simón Sánchez-Moral


The economic crisis has highlighted the imbalances of the Spanish economy. The "smart growth" of European Commission could represent a roadmap for achieving a change of the production model, fostering knowledge and innovation-based economy, with greater returns from the perspective of social and territorial cohesion. This work analyzes the transformation of sectoral structures and regional innovation systems during the crisis, as proposed by the methodology of smart specialization strategies. An initial sample of these strategies from Spanish regions is discussed specifically from the point of view of visions and priorities defined by the actors of territory.

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Economic crisis; smart growth; Spanish regions;

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