This study aims to scrutinise the prominence of place making as a strategy in the development of knowledge and innovation spaces with a specific focus on distinguishing the role of governance.
The study adopts a multidimensional conceptual framework of place making to investigate a knowledge and innovation space case through a qualitative analysis approach involving a range of key stakeholders.
The study finds that governance is critical in facilitating place making in knowledge and innovation spaces, and place-making practices in these locations benefit from adopting a multidimensional approach.
The study expands our knowledge on the role of governance in place making that helps achieve desired knowledge and innovation space outcomes.
Pancholi, S., Yigitcanlar, T. and Guaralda, M. (2017), "Governance that matters: Identifying place-making challenges of Melbourne’s Monash Employment Cluster", Journal of Place Management and Development, Vol. 10 No. 1, pp. 73-87. https://doi.org/10.1108/JPMD-08-2016-0053
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