Innovation et participation. Approches critiques


Book edited by Brice Laurent, Michael Baker, Valérie Beaudouin and Nathalie Raulet-Croset

“Co-creation”, “open innovation” or “responsible innovation” are some of the new expectations of innovation. This new innovation repertoire is used in companies, public authorities and civil society organisations. It translates into instruments (digital platforms, collaborative spaces, etc.) dedicated to renewing the relationship between innovation and its audiences, and allowing to consider innovation as a participatory process. How does participation manifest itself in innovation processes? What are the economic and political consequences? Is innovation transformed by participation? Research by the Interdisciplinary Institute for Innovation (i3) is used in this book to answer these questions. Through the detailed analysis of examples relating to online communities, to third places, to the economic impacts of participatory forms of innovation and the effects of the injunction to “responsible innovation”, this book invites to undertake a critical study of the relationship between innovation and participation.

2018, Presses des mines

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