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Les réseaux d'innovation public-privé dans les services (RIPPS) ne sont pas des réseaux d'innovation (RI) comme les autres : quels enseignements pour les politiques publiques ?

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  • Faridah Djellal

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    (CLERSE - Centre lillois d'études et de recherches sociologiques et économiques - CNRS : UMR8019 - Université Lille 1 - Sciences et Technologies)

  • FaÏz Gallouj

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    (CLERSE - Centre lillois d'études et de recherches sociologiques et économiques - CNRS : UMR8019 - Université Lille 1 - Sciences et Technologies)

Abstract

Le concept de réseau d'innovation est un concept bien établi qui a fait l'objet d'une abondante littérature théorique et empirique. Nous nous intéressons dans ce travail à des réseaux d'innovations particuliers, encore peu connus, mais qui se développent dans une économie de service dominante : les réseaux d'innovation public-privé dans les services (RIPPS). Les RIPPS décrivent des collaborations entre organisations de services publiques et privées dans le domaine de l'innovation. Ils diffèrent des RI traditionnels de plusieurs manières. Tout d'abord, les relations entre les acteurs publics et les acteurs privés sont placées au centre de l'analyse. Ensuite, les prestataires de services y sont les acteurs principaux. Enfin, l'innovation non technologique (innovation de service), souvent négligée dans la littérature, y est prise en compte. L'objet de ce travail est double : théorique et opérationnel. Il est, tout d'abord, d'examiner la manière dont les caractéristiques des RIPPS peuvent contribuer à modifier et enrichir le concept traditionnel de RI, et d'autre part, d'en tirer d'éventuels enseignements en matière de politique publique. Ce travail s'appuie à la fois sur un bilan de la littérature et sur l'exploitation d'une base de données d'études de cas de RIPPS constituée dans le cadre du projet européen servPPIN (Public Private Innovation Networks in Services).

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Keywords: Innovation-service-partenariat public-privé;

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