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Faire valoir l'exploration collective : dynamiques, instruments et résultats des partenariats avec des spin-offs académiques

Abstract : How is the role played by academic spin-offs, i.e. companies created in order to transfer the results of public research, to be valued? In order to address this question, this thesis studies spin-offs in their interactions with the heterogeneous actors that compose the techno-economic networks of innovation. It depicts academic entrepreneurship as a process of exploring and consolidating new technologies, markets and relations. Moreover, the thesis examines the effects generated by the inter-organizational collaborations that are formed as part of this process. It demonstrates, in particular, the diversity of their innovative outputs, by distinguishing the contribution of different types of partnerships (explorative, exploitative and ambidextrous) to different dimensions of innovation. Finally, the thesis studies how the value of these explorative associations is constructed through the practice of a collective action which involves spin-offs and their partners and which leverages specific valuation devices.
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Liliana Doganova. Faire valoir l'exploration collective : dynamiques, instruments et résultats des partenariats avec des spin-offs académiques. Sociologie. École Nationale Supérieure des Mines de Paris, 2010. Français. ⟨NNT : 2010ENMP0014⟩. ⟨pastel-00564115⟩

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