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Le consortium de recherche comme stratégie collective agglomérée:le cas de la «collaboration ATLAS» au CERN

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  • Saïd Yami


    (Université Montpellier 1)

  • Bertrand Nicquevert

    (Centre Européen de la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN))

  • Markus Nordberg

    (Centre Européen de la Recherche Nucléaire (CERN))

(VF)Les recherches récentes sur les partenariats de R&D se sont surtout intéressées au domaine industriel entre organisations privées, sous l’angle des politiques gouvernementales d’incitation à l’innovation. Ces travaux laissent dans l’ombre le cas particulier de la collaboration scientifique publique et semi-publique, difficilement assimilable à un Consortium R&D. Pour mieux comprendre ce nouvel objet de recherche, nous proposons de l’aborder en tant que stratégie collective agglomérée à travers l’étude de cas approfondie de la Collaboration ATLAS, une expérience de physique des particules actuellement dans sa phase d’installation au CERN à Genève.(VA)The recent management literature on Research and Development (R&D) partnerships mainly focuses on relationships between industrial firms in the context of public policy incentives. These studies leave unanswered questions concerning the particular case of public or semi-public scientific collaborations, hardly comparable to industrial R&D consortia. In order to better understand this new research object, we propose to analyse it as an agglomerate collective strategy in a case study of the ATLAS collaboration, a particle physics experiment currently being installed at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland.

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Volume (Year): 9 (2006)
Issue (Month): 3 (September)
Pages: 191-217

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Handle: RePEc:dij:revfcs:v:9:y:2006:i:q3:p:191-217
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  1. Bertrand Quélin & Caroline Mothe, 1999. "Creating New Resources through European R&D Partnerships," Post-Print hal-00459901, HAL.
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