Membership or membership renewal RNI for 2013
“Global Challenges of Sustainable Growth: Energy, Food, Natural Resources”
Discussion led by Jean Marc Touzard and Dimitri Uzunidis
With the presentation of the new issue (n°19) of the journal Market & Organizations on “The Global Finance”
Date: December 16, 2013 at 2.00pm
Place: Cité des Sciences, 30 avenue Corentin Cariou, 75019 PARIS
The registration is free but mandatory. To registrate before Decembre 10th, 2013.
Forum Innovation VI
Topic: Crisis, Innovation and Transition
The conference website : http://cit2014.sciencesconf.org/
The website of the International Society Jean-Baptiste Say:
December 2013, “Science, Technology, Innovation” by Vanessa CASADELLA*
Science and technology are key elements to innovation. Innovation is systemic and its interaction depends on the interrelations between actors: R&D, universities, research centers, science policy, and labor markets. The National Innovation System is used as a guideline in order to establish the overall level of different countries technological performance. This concept was used to measure the levels of R&D and technological performance in international comparisons (OECD, Eurostat). The R&D level is a basic feature of the National Innovation System. It is essential to compare impact analysis of the national policies on firms’ technological innovative behavior with different National Innovation Systems. However, if the national innovative dynamic is only measured in terms of formal activities related to R & D and scientific activities, innovation takes a rather “narrow” path. The only organizations and institutions included are the ones considered as necessary for research and exploration, therefore, only the production and use of innovation. Yet, the relationships between science / technology / innovation have largely evolved to give way to more microeconomic processes with greater scope.
Systemic Innovation goes beyond the restrictive framework of S&T and R&D. Is has more to do with the institutional and organizational structure of the company. The emphasis is placed on learning processes which implies that the firms’ competitiveness comes from their learning capacity. The strength of innovation lies in the effectiveness of networks of firms, on the intangible advantages and sources of interactive learning in purchasing activities, production and sales. The various sources of learning have been widely discussed as the basis of innovation. We refer to a Learning Culture to highlight the adaptation of knowledge to local conditions and the improvement of this in the whole economy. There are supposedly a multitude of ways through which individuals and institutions are likely to learn. Furthermore, systemic innovation is linked to the use of knowledge as a Whole. The aim is to encourage bottom up processes as opposed to top down ones and provide innovation with a multitude of creative sources. The systemic approach to innovation by Competence Building helps to understand the stakeholders’ interest to apply and disseminate knowledge. Businesses, customers and the public sector are able to deploy learning techniques by using products, services, technology and organizational processes and other less “conventional” processes (learning by interaction, imitation, etc.). Moreover, there are many varied learning sources available (education systems, labor markets, vocational training). Systemic innovation is reflected in a wide range of micro / macro elements aimed to influence the development, dissemination and use of learning capacities.
Only a part of learning and innovation capacity of the economic actors is developed within formal education and R&D. The learning culture within systemic innovation therefore directly feeds into science and technology. Despite its formal and legitimate use by European statistics and public policy of research, S&T, it ultimately represents a limited part of all current systemic innovation sources.
* University of Picardie Jules Verne, CRIISEA, Research Network on Innovation
|LA FINANCE GLOBALE : UN MONDE FINI
Sous la direction de Dimitri Uzunidis
Marché et Organisations n°19
|DEFENCE, INNOVATIONS AND GROWTH
Journal of Innovation Economics & Management
|FONDEMENTS ÉCONOMIQUES ET INDUSTRIELS DE LA DÉFENSE
n° 42, 2013/3
Sous la direction de Mohamed Boussetta et Jean-Louis Monino
|Luxe et innovations
Nouvelles perspectives économiques
Innovations n°41, 2013/2
De Boeck Supérieur
|ÉCO-CONCEPTION, CONCEPTION ET INNOVATION
Les nouveaux défis de l’entreprise
Marché et Organisations n°17
Sous la direction de Smaïl Aït-El-Hadji et Vincent Boly
This number is available on CAIRN
|Innovations in microfinance and the financial context
Editeur:De Boeck Supérieur
|Le Risque. Anticipation et Innovation.
Innovations n°40, 2013/1
Editeur: De Boeck Supérieur
|Les entreprises du secteur compétitif dans les territoires. Les déterminants de la croissance.
L’étude AdCF - Caisse des Dépôts en accès libre
Denis Carré et Nadine Levratto
Téléchargement direct de la
|POLITIQUES D’INNOVATION ET PME EN FRANCE
Une histoire de liens faibles
L’esprit économique - Economie et Innovation
GESTION, MANAGEMENT, ENTREPRISES POLITIQUE EUROPE France
ISBN : 978-2-343-00749-6 • septembre 2013 • 316 pages
|Encyclopedia of Creativity, Invention, Innovation and Entrepreneurship
Editor-in-chief: Carayannis, Elias G.
2013, XXXII, 1908 p. 376 illus., 192 illus. in color. In 3 volumes, not available separately.
Analyser, anticiper, agir
Sophie Boutillier, Faridah Djellal et Dimitri Uzunidis (dir.)
Collection: Business and Innovation - volume 5
|La Voile et le Canon
Special issue: Journal of Innovation Economics & Management
Title: RE-EXAMINING CREATIVITY IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP
Guest Editors: Thierry BURGER-HELMCHEN (University of Strasbourg), Mai THI THANH THAI (HEC Montréal), Christophe LERCH (University of Strasbourg), Vesa PUHAKKA (University of Oulu)
This special issue of Journal of Innovation Economics & Management welcomes works that re-examines creativity in entrepreneurship which encompasses innovation, proactiveness and risk-taking. This special issue’s editors are open to creative and interesting ideas with the spirit of the above call for papers although they may not fit perfectly any of the areas listed above. We hope to receive manuscripts both on radical and marginal innovations, as well as origins and trajectories in traditional and new industries. We are open to diverse set of theoretical and empirical methodologies. Submission should contribute to consolidating a research agenda on entrepreneurial management and the fields of management of creativity and innovation. We look for submissions that address two main domains: i) creativity in the creation and management of entrepreneurial ventures, ii) creativity and its impact on the performance of entrepreneurial firms.
Deadline for submission: 1 September 2014
Click here to download the call for paper
There will be 2 issues: 1 in English & 1 in French. Pour télécharger l’appel à communications pour la revue Innovations. Cahiers d’économie et de management de l’innovation : http://rrifr.univ-littoral.fr/?p=27
Special number of Marché and Organizations
Title: Innovation in the Mediterranean countries: challenges and perspectives
Coordinated by par Sonia BEN SLIMANE and Messaoud ZOUIKRI
Due to the world economic crisis, and further to the political and social evolutions observed in the Mediterranean region, the attractiveness of territories became a dynamic base of scientific framework. In this perspective, the aim of the special issue of « Marchés et Organisations » review, consist on putting forward the cross challenges that emerge in the Mediterranean zone, through scientific visions and innovative contributions in the areas of industrial economy, innovation systems, regional economy, and public policies. These areas could be considered as interesting fields of exploration and could bring prospective teaching in growth perspective for the Mediterranean region.
Submission of Abstract to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
To download call for contribution: click here
International conference organized by the LAREEM and the CEPN-CNRS
Services and Retailing in Emerging Countries
The aim of this conference is to assess the state of the art as well as to update our knowledge on trade and services in developing and emerging countries in the light of the changes taking place in the service sector. It also intends to bridge the gap of research in services and trade in these countries. The presentations are expected to tackle a number of disciplinary fields (management, economy, sociology, or even geography and planning…) and can be theoretical, empirical or methodological. The concerns can be general and related to the future and perspectives of services and trade in emerging countries, or of a « micro » nature, dealing with company and consumer behavior in these countries. All issues related to services and trade (innovation, HRM, strategy, marketing, operations…) are welcome and will be subject to the organizers’ attention as long as they deal with emerging and developing countries.
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Place: Oran, Algeria
Date: June 24-25, 2014
Date: october 4-5, 2013
Place: National Archives in Roubaix
15th International Conference of the International Joseph A. Schumpeter Society (ISS)
The theme of the conference is :
Place: Friedrich Schiller University Jena, Germany
Dates: July 27-30, 2014
Website of the conference: http://www.schumpeter-conference.de/
A conference on the theme of : “Social acceptability of sustainable innovation”
Organization: ITECH de Lyon
Date: November 28th-29th 2013
Place: ITECH, 87 chemin des Mouilles, 69134 Ecully
A summary of the conference’s issue is available online: please click here to download the summary in French
Contact : Louis ROY, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Capitalism without Conscience
Collection: Business and Innovation - volume 7
Année de publication: 2013
Un siècle après (1910-2010)
Diemer Arnaud et Potier Jean-Pierre
Collection: Business and Innovation - volume 6
Année de publication: 2013
|Le développement rural en Europe
Quel avenir pour le deuxième pilier
de la Politique agricole commune ?
Trouvé Aurélie, Berriet-Solliec Marielle, Lépicier Denis (dir.)
Année de publication: 2013