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La territorialisation de la recherche et de l’innovation orientation, programmation et coordination (The territorialisation of research and innovation orientation, planning and coordination)

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  • Blandine LAPERCHE

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  • Dimitri UZUNIDIS

    () (labrii, ULCO)

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A l'heure actuelle, dans la mondialisation et la fluidité des marchés, les systèmes territoriaux de recherche et d’innovation appuient l’intégration des entreprises de grande et de petite tailles dans la compétition internationale. L'attractivité des investissements, étrangers et nationaux, découle en effet des politiques conjoncturelles (exonérations fiscales, subvention) mais aussi et surtout des politiques structurelles (infrastructures, offre de qualifications et de compétences particulières, tissu économique dynamique). Le rapport de force qui s'instaure entre Etats et collectivités territoriales autour de la recherche est primordial dans la mise en place d'un programme de recherche qui soit bénéfique aux acteurs locaux. Globalement, au niveau national, le programme de recherche qui se dessine par le biais de ces rapports de forces multiples peut souffrir, par manque de coordination, d'une certaine illisibilité. Ceci peut être préjudiciable aux objectifs d’excellence scientifique et de compétitivité. In the current globalisation and fluidity of markets, the territorial systems of research and innovation support the integration of big and small sized enterprises in the international competition. As a matter of fact, the attractiveness of international and national investments ensues from macroeconomic policies (tax reduction, subsidies) but above all from economic change policies (infrastructures, supply of specific competencies and qualifications, dynamic economic milieu). The relation of power that is built between the State and the local authorities on research is major for the definition of a research program that will benefit to local actors. Globally, at the national level, the research program that is drawn by these multiple relations of power may appear as fuzzy, due to a lack of coordination. This may be detrimental to the objectives of scientific excellence and of competitiveness.

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  • Blandine LAPERCHE & Dimitri UZUNIDIS, 2010. "La territorialisation de la recherche et de l’innovation orientation, programmation et coordination (The territorialisation of research and innovation orientation, planning and coordination)," Working Papers 228, Laboratoire de Recherche sur l'Industrie et l'Innovation. ULCO / Research Unit on Industry and Innovation.
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    1. Blandine Laperche, 2002. "The Four Key Factors for Commercialising Research: The Case of a Young University in a Region in Crisis," Higher Education Management and Policy, OECD Publishing, vol. 14(3), pages 149-175.
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    Keywords

    territorialisation; research; innovation orientation; planning and coordination;

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    • R0 - Urban, Rural, Regional, Real Estate, and Transportation Economics - - General

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