Innovation technologique ou innovation sociale ? Usages et valorisation d'un outil informatisé de gestion dans l'IAE
AbstractThe introduction of digital equipment is undoubtedly a technological and organizational innovation in a Local Plan for Economic Insertion. However, the actors of this structure qualify this equipment as a social innovation. Why do they use this qualification? This article is based on a monographic investigation. Can it be considered as a ?social innovation for competition?? The observed differences, about the polysemy of term ?social?, between the justification of practices and the academic categorization, call for a thorough sociology of the uses of this qualification for innovation. JEL Codes: H75, I3, J2, J68, J78, L38, O17, O33, O38, R58
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Bibliographic InfoArticle provided by De Boeck Université in its journal Innovations.
Volume (Year): n°38 (2012)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
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technological innovation; social innovation; social integration; information technologies;
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