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Le développement des TIC dans et par les collectivités locales françaises: une analyse à travers les trois dimensions interdépendantes d’un territoire numérique THE DEVELOPMENT OF ICT IN AND FROM FRENCH LOCAL AUTHORITIES: AN ANALYSIS THROUGH THE THREE INTERRELATED DIMENSIONS OF A DIGITAL TERRITORY

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Cette recherche analyse l’implication des collectivités locales dans le développement des technologies de l’information et de la communication (TIC). Pour cela, elle dresse une grille d’analyse permettant d’appréhender les trois dimensions interdépendantes d’un territoire numérique, à savoir les infrastructures, les services et les usages. A l’appui d’une enquête auprès de 281 communes françaises de plus de 10.000 habitants menée en 2007, les résultats de cette recherche permettent de caractériser les investissements publics en faveur des TIC. Cette première enquête a été complétée en 2008 par une étude de cas conduite auprès de 53 communes sélectionnées depuis l’échantillon initial. L’exploitation de ces deux bases de données originales permet de proposer une typologie des collectivités territoriales selon l’intensité et l’orientation de leur politique de développement numérique.

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  • Amel ATTOUR, 2012. "Le développement des TIC dans et par les collectivités locales françaises: une analyse à travers les trois dimensions interdépendantes d’un territoire numérique THE DEVELOPMENT OF ICT IN AND FROM FREN," Working Papers 24, Réseau de Recherche sur l’Innovation. / Research Network on Innovation.
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    Keywords

    fracture numérique; collectivités locales; administration électronique; changement organisationnel;
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    JEL classification:

    • H70 - Public Economics - - State and Local Government; Intergovernmental Relations - - - General
    • L86 - Industrial Organization - - Industry Studies: Services - - - Information and Internet Services; Computer Software

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