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Les concours d’innovation en ligne : un instrument pertinent pour la recherche et l’innovation responsable

Abstract : In this article, we question the relevance of Internet innovation contests in order to support and spur Responsible Research and Innovation projects (RRI). Contests represent innovation challenges launched by sponsors on an Internet platform, and offering a reward to the winner. RRI being a recent and evolving concept, it raises many questions, and especially its operational capacity that we have to test. The success of the innovation contests launched by the American Federal Agencies since two decades led us firstly to study the inherent properties of the contests. Secondly, we examine few contests launched by the Agencies and tend to show that these contests already contain at least one dimension of the RRI’ concept. Consequently, according to us, innovation contests may illustrate, under some specified conditions, appropriate and relevant political tools in order to foster responsible innovation.
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Claudine Gay, Isabelle Liotard, Valérie Revest. Les concours d’innovation en ligne : un instrument pertinent pour la recherche et l’innovation responsable. Innovations, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press (MIT Press), 2019, pp.129-150. ⟨10.3917/inno.059.0129⟩. ⟨hal-02071112⟩

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