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Gouvernance et politiques de science en région : une approche multi-acteurs et multi-niveaux

Abstract : This thesis addresses the issue of governance of the regional science policies in France, in the context of the European Science Area. We propose a typology of European regions that offer a new point of view on collaborations spaces (better considerations of local vs global connectivity). Then we go through this issue by proposing a gravity model incorporating diverse forms of proximities to explain scientific collaboration in Europe (detailed analysis on cultural proximity at the regional level). We raise the issue of scientific policies made in regions or by regions in France (context of decentralization) and ask the view of these regions of science (through the analysis of CPER and Twitter). Finally we propose to go ahead with the cognitive framework (expectation on the effectiveness of the links between Science & Innovation) by analyzing the governance of creative industries policies in the Upper-Rhine region (using a failure story). This last approach will again raise the insufficient consideration of each actor’s motivations in the innovation process (in a broad sense) and the need for coordination of economic policies between each level involved.
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Mickaël Benaim. Gouvernance et politiques de science en région : une approche multi-acteurs et multi-niveaux. Economies et finances. Université de Strasbourg, 2013. Français. ⟨NNT : 2013STRAB001⟩. ⟨tel-00842827⟩



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