Liège 2011: “Sustainable economics within the new culture of development”
“Sustainable economics within the new culture of development”
Organized in the framework of the European Network of Territorial Intelligence
Liège (Belgium), September 12-14 th 2011
The international conference, Liège 2011, on the theme of “Sustainable economics within the new culture of development” can be defined as an appointment of ENTI, a place to discuss, elaborate, share and disseminate knowledge and experiences of territorial intelligence.
Locally, this conference is supported by SPI + (Development Agency for the Province of Liege) and driven by a convergence of an opportunity, a desire and a request.
- An opportunity: SPI+'s 50th anniversary
- A desire: The Council of economic development wants to evolve towards a more integrated approach of its territory
A request from the SPI+: review its 3 themes:
- Territory (its perimeter = 1 province, area of 84 communes and 1M people),
- Services for their clients and partners, public or private
- Infrastructures for enterprises and collectivities
Finally, the international conference in Liege wishes to be complementary to the International Meeting on Territorial Intelligence in Gatineau (Quebec, Canada) planned since two years.
The blog of the conference allows to follow remotely and real-time the progress of the "ENTI2011-Liege" and also to continue the debate through comments.
Pictures, slides of the presented communications and videos are viewable on this blog.
- Jean-Jacques GIRARDOT (CNRS, France), associate professor of economy in UFC, specialized in territorial intelligence, data analysis, digital edition, project management and evaluation of participative and cooperative territorial projects.
- Cyril MASSELOT (CNRS, France), associate professor in information and communication sciences in UFC.
- Blanca MIEDES (Universidad de Huelva, Spain), Director of OLE and TIDE, associate professor of Applied Economics and expert in territorial governance.
- Guénaël DEVILLET (ULG, Belgium), associate professor of Geography, director of SEGEFA (study centre for fundamental and applied geography)
- François SILVA (ESCEM, France), director of « Social economics et Management » Chair, Responsible of the Mediterranean Observatory for HR of FMRH
- Timo TOIKKO (Seinäjoki University of Applied Sciences – Finland), principal lecturer, social policy and social work
- Aleksandra GAWEŁ (Poznan University of Economics, Poland) Professor of economy
- Frances FAHY (National University of Ireland Galway – NUIG, Ireland) lecturer in Environmental Geography
- AMMATURO Natale (sociology, University of Salernes, Italy)
- BOZZANO Horacio (geography, University of La Plata, Argentina)
- BREUER Christophe (geography, University of Liege, Belgium)
- DAMY Sylvie (computer sciences, University of Franche Comté, France)
- FAUGUET Jean-Luc (sociology, University of Provence, France)
- FILO Csilla (information sciences, University of Pécs, Hungary)
- GAGNON Serge (geography, University of Québec en Outaouais, Canada)
- HERRMANN Bénedicte (computer sciences, University of Franche-Comté, France)
- ORMAUX Serge (geography, University of Franche-Comté, France)
- PASCARU-PAG Mihai (sociology, University of Alba Iulia, Roumania)
- REDONDO TORONJO Dolores (economy, University of Huelva, Spain)
- SANCHEZ Celia (economy, University of Huelva, Spain)
- SCHMITZ Serge (geography, University of Liège, Belgium)
- SISSAO Claude-Étienne (economy, University of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso)
- WOLOSZYN Philippe (architecture, ESO UMR 6590 CNRS–University Rennes2, France)
The SPI and the European Network of Territorial Intelligence, ENTI are organizing the 10th International Conference of Territorial Intelligence “Sustainable economics within the new culture of development”.
This conference seeks to give prominence to public, private and associative actors of territories’ sustainable development through the four themes of this conference.
- Theme A will answer the question: “How to define the role of economics in the context of socioecological transition?”
- Theme B will answer the question: “How to establish a genuine process of informing the territory by incorporating as many players as possible?”
- The theme of communication C will answer the question: “How to create competitive and creative innovation over the territory?”
- The last theme of the conference, D, will answer the question: “How to build a new type of participation/partnership between the territory players?”
Liege2011 110415 call for paper en.pdf 937.54 kB
June 1st: Deadline for submitting proposals
June 30th: Answers to proposals for papers
August 15th: Receipt of articles and posters
September 1st: Final acceptance of papers and posters
The conference venue is the Val Saint-Lambert; shuttles will be organised from the city center of Liège to the conference venue.
The day of September 12th will be devoted to ENTI and to GDRI INTI (coordination action of the International Network of Territorial Intelligence) seminars; communications will take place on September 13th and 14th.
Submission are made using ConfTool, the conference management system.
Find here the pattern to follow for papers submission.