The principles of campus development: a morphological and functional genealogy. What kind of knowledge can we use from an historical analysis for the design of a new campus in Saclay?

Abstract : This presentation is part of the thesis, which is looking at the Campus Paris-Saclay (France) project. The aim is to analyse the conception of the new campus being part of the implementation of a nation wide public policy which main purpose is to give France a higher education and research system of excellence, at the world's best level, in order to allow to national visibility and competitiveness. A series of reforms have been introduced crossing several dynamics: the implementation of structures to evaluate and finance research, groups to stimulate the scientific cooperation, the development of a territorial policy, a system of competitive bidding and the promotion of cooperation between public research and the economic world. The thesis project consists of the analysis of the concept of the Saclay model and its implementation. How does this model of territorial organization come to life, is justified and contributes to national public policy?
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Nathalie Mitev (London School of Economics), François-Xavier de Vaujany (Paris - Dauphine), and Martin Giraudeau (London School of Economics). 3rd Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop: "Time, History and Materiality in Management and Organization Studies", Jun 2013, Londres, United Kingdom. 4 p., 2013
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Caroline Scotto. The principles of campus development: a morphological and functional genealogy. What kind of knowledge can we use from an historical analysis for the design of a new campus in Saclay?. Nathalie Mitev (London School of Economics), François-Xavier de Vaujany (Paris - Dauphine), and Martin Giraudeau (London School of Economics). 3rd Organizations, Artifacts and Practices (OAP) Workshop: "Time, History and Materiality in Management and Organization Studies", Jun 2013, Londres, United Kingdom. 4 p., 2013. 〈hal-00839305〉

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