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La redéfinition du rôle politique de l’entreprise à travers l’impératif public d’innovation « partenariale »

Abstract : Redefining the political role of the corporation through the public imperative of “partnership” innovation At European, national and regional level we are witnessing the strengthening of the political role of companies in the development of products and services intended to respond to the general interest and to contribute to the constitution of new commons. This article examines the attempts to put into practice the public imperative of innovation through “partnership” involving companies and citizens and their consequences both for public action and innovation practices by companies. Based on a field survey conducted in the Paris region, the article looks specifically at calls to engage in such innovation through “partnership” in the program Construire au Futur, Habiter le Futur (Building for the Future, Living in the Future). The analysis highlights the reluctance of companies to engage in such partnerships and the limited impact of the program in terms of the politicization of private actors. These initiatives have, nonetheless, contributed to the transformation of public actors.
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Carole-Anne Tisserand. La redéfinition du rôle politique de l’entreprise à travers l’impératif public d’innovation « partenariale ». Entreprises et Histoire, Eska, 2021, pp.129-141. ⟨10.3917/eh.104.0129⟩. ⟨hal-03466831⟩

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