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Conférences de Charles Edquist sur les politiques de l’innovation

Conferences on Innovation Policies By Charles Edquist

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Publié le jeudi 23 février 2012 par Julien Gilet

Résumé

L’IFRIS a le plaisir de vous convier au cycle de trois conférences que donnera Charles Edquist sur le thème des politiques d’innovation. Ces conférences sont conçues de façon à intéresser un large public, parmi les membres de l’IFRIS et au-delà. Charles Edquist, spécialiste de l’analyse des systèmes d’innovation, discutera des politiques d’innovation en faisant référence à la fois aux STS et aux études de l’innovation.

Annonce

Présentation

L’IFRIS a le plaisir de vous convier au cycle de trois conférences que donnera Charles Edquist sur le thème des politiques d’innovation.

Ces conférences sont conçues de façon à intéresser un large public, parmi les membres de l’IFRIS et au-delà. Charles Edquist, spécialiste de l’analyse des systèmes d’innovation, discutera des politiques d’innovation en faisant référence à la fois aux STS et aux études de l’innovation.

Pour plus d’informations, merci de consulter le programme détaillé ci-joint et le site Internet de l'IFRIS.

Contact : Julie Rust (Julie.Rust [at] univ-mlv.fr - Tél. : +33.(0)1.60.95.72.57)

Programme

6 mars 2012

The History and Design of Innovation Policy

  • CNAM 292 rue Saint-Martin, 75003 PARIS. Accès 16 - Amphi Abbé Grégoire (16.1.C)
  • Discutant : Philippe Larédo, Université Paris-Est, University of Manchester

This seminar focuses upon the design of innovation policy through diagnostic analysis; it provides a framework for identification of systemic problems (or failures) in innovation systems. ‘Activities’ in innovation systems are the determinants of the development and diff usion of innovations. Examples are R&D, provision of organizations and institutions, financing of innovations, incubation, etc. These activities are partly performed by private organizations and partly by public organizations, the latter performing tasks that constitute innovation policy. To design innovation policy, the problems (failures) in the systems must be identified, which necessitates being able to measure and explain innovation intensities.

20 mars 2012

Public Procurement for Innovation as Mission-oriented Innovation Policy

  • CNAM 2 rue Conté, 75003 PARIS. Accès 35 - Amphi G. Planté (35.1.1)
  • Discutant : Benjamin Coriat, CEPN, Université Paris 13

This seminar focuses on public procurement for innovation as a very powerful demand-side innovation policy instrument to be exploited in the mitigation of grand global challenges (climate, energy, health, etc). The paper intends to provide some clarification on what should be regarded (and what should not) as innovation procurement. We define what we mean by public procurement for innovation and categorize it according to three dimensions: (i) the user of the purchased good; (ii) the character of the procurement process; and (iii) the cooperative or non-cooperative nature of the process. In addition, we illustrate which are the main stages in innovation procurement processes and exemplify them with six cases. These six cases  evidence the potential of public procurement for innovation which can contribute to satisfying  unsatisfied human needs and to solving societal problems.

3 Avril 2012

The Knowledge basis of the Innovation Process

  • CNAM 292 rue Saint-Martin, 75003 PARIS. Accès 9 - RdC - Salle 9.B0.16 (9.0.16)
  • Discutant : Pascal Petit, CEPN, Université Paris 13

This seminar will focus upon the important links between research, learning/education and innovation in public policies. Research and Development (R&D) and competence building are two important inputs to the innovation process. R&D increases the stock of available  knowledge. Basic R&D, dominantly resulting in radical innovation, has traditionally been an  activity partly financed and carried out by public agencies. Much of applied R&D, mainly  resulting in incremental innovation, is financed and performed by firms. The relations between  irms, universities and public research agencies are important mechanisms in innovation systems. Competence building is a matter of transferring existing knowledge among  individuals and organizations in the systems. Both formal learning (schooling) and informal  learning (taking place in firms and in networks) are important processes in innovation systems,  but – as opposed to R&D – highly neglected in innovation research. The knowledge  basis of the innovation process also includes knowledge about innovation processes and about the operation of innovation systems as such.

Lieux

  • 2 rue Conté (CNAM)
    Paris, France

Dates

  • mardi 06 mars 2012
  • mardi 20 mars 2012
  • mardi 03 avril 2012

Fichiers attachés

Mots-clés

  • Politiques de l’innovation, STS

Contacts

  • Julie Rust
    courriel : rust [at] ifris [dot] org

Source de l'information

  • Julie Rust
    courriel : rust [at] ifris [dot] org

Pour citer cette annonce

« Conférences de Charles Edquist sur les politiques de l’innovation », Cycle de conférences, Calenda, Publié le jeudi 23 février 2012, http://calenda.org/207382