Science and innovation

Abstract : We live in a society in which technical objects are omnipresent; where technology transforms our world and conceives its future shape. However, we are faced with a paradox which becomes more and more pressing. Technique influences us and we remain largely unaware of it. If R&D seems to be an enabler of innovation, it is not sufficient by itself. Thus, the objective of this special issue is to question the relations between science and technology. What are the risks in continuing to use the linear model of innovation as the basis for policies to promote innovation? Is it not possible to go against the established paradigm of the application of sciences?
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Joelle Forest. Science and innovation. Journal of Innovation Economics & Management, De Boeck Supérieur 2014, 2014(3) (15), pp.196. ⟨10.3917/jie.015.0003⟩. ⟨halshs-01064725⟩

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