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Technology and Innovation

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Collectives of innovation and collective innovation

The entrepreneur and the enterprise, through multiple partnerships, are at the center of a network made up of a collective of actors who mobilize various productive capacities (material and cognitive). In this case, using their functions, the enterprise and the entrepreneur (...)

Enterprise Knowledge Capital and Innovation: Definition, Roles and Issues

The purpose of this article is to introduce the concept of Enterprise knowledge capital, which explores how the enterprise combines and uses resources in the form of knowledge and information. It also facilitates the identification of internal and external stakeholders (...)

The Resource Potential of the Innovative Entrepreneur

The economic theory of the entrepreneur is based on three key-words: uncertainty, risk and innovation. The theory was developed in the 18th century with Cantillon who defined the entrepreneur as a risk taker and the engine of economic evolution. During the 19th and 20th (...)

Innovation spaces: new places for collective intelligence?

Innovate, Innovate, Innovate! Desire for some, obligation of survival for others. The result is a proliferation of proposals aimed at businesses and local authorities in the territories to make them more creative and innovative. Commonly called "innovation spaces", these (...)

Innovative territory

Research on regional innovation systems has highlighted the crucial role of territory and the effects of proximity in the development of cooperative relations between actors. In this article we develop a critical analysis of clusters and similar notions and we discuss the (...)

The “eco‐innovative” milieu Industrial ecology and diversification of territorial economy

Industrial ecology includes a set of practices aimed at reducing polluting industrial effluents and promotes the transition of the industrial system towards a viable and sustainable one. This notion is usually studied in terms of its functioning (organization of input and (...)

Innovation Capabilities as a Prerequisite for Forming a National Innovation System

Innovation and learning capacities are crucial to the performance of current economies. Because the economy is knowledge-based, innovation is more linked to the dissemination of knowledge than to the creation of new knowledge. The performance of national innovation systems (...)