Une analyse comparative des évaluations de politique de clusters en Europe : vers deux modèles idéal-typiques
In this article, part of our research programme on cluster evaluations (cf. Gallié, Glaser, Lefebvre, & Pallez, 2012, which is an in-depth analyzes of the evaluation of the French policy of competitiveness clusters), we compare four European cluster evaluations: Wallonia, Germany, Lower Austria and France. We first develop a framework with which we then analyze these evaluations. This framework particularly helps us to underline the differences of these evaluations on three dimensions: the objects of the evaluations and the accountability of results, the approach and methodology of the evaluations, and finally the effects and uses of the evaluations. In conclusion, based on these empirical cases, we propose to distinguish two ideal-typical evaluation models that combine these different characteristics in a consistent manner and that point to two contrasted evaluation uses: an "economist" model and a "management model".
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|Date of creation:||01 May 2014|
|Publication status:||Published in Politiques et Management public, Institut de management public, 2014, 31 (1), pp.87-111. 〈10.3166/pmp.31.87-111〉|
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