Scientific Articles

Articles published in peer-reviewed journals
Articles published in edited books

 
On this page, we have listed all newPIC faculty members in scientific journals and in edited books.
For each categogy, the list introduces the most recent contributions first.
  

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Articles published in peer-reviewed journals...

 

2016


Boris MAYNADIER
et Karim ERRAJAA

"Expérience de consommation et
structure de l’imaginaire d’une grappe
de commerces.
Le cas d’un espace urbain de
consommation festive"


[Consumption experience and structure of a
retail cluster imaginary.
Case study of a festive consumption urban space]


Accepted for publication in
Revue des Sciences de Gestion,
forthcoming

 

Here are some links to various documents:


 

Résumé

Comment comprendre l’effet de synergie que génère une grappe de commerces indépendants ? Une approche ethnomarketing d’espace festif urbain permet de proposer une réponse empirique et originale : elle rend possible un imaginaire territorial et de consommation. Les modalités d’ancrage (grappe, lieu et expérience de consommation) et la structure de cet imaginaire social sont analysées. Les implications pour les managers sont développées à travers la production de marqueurs et d’attracteurs symboliques.

Mots clés

Imaginaire, Ethnomarketing, Grappe de commerces, Expérience de consommation


 

Abstract

How to understand the synergic effect generated by a cluster of small businesses? An ethnomarketing approach from the St Peter's Square in Toulouse allows to propose an original answer: it generates a consumption and place imaginary. The modalities of anchoring (cluster, place and consumption experience) and the structure of this social imagination are developed. The implications for the managers are developed through the production of markers and symbolic attractors.


Keywords

Imaginary, Ethnomarketing, Business cluster, Consumption experience


Michael BENAIM,
Jean-Alain HERAUD,
and Valerie MERINDOL

"Scientific connectivity of European regions:
Towards a typology of cooperative schemes"


Journal of Innovation Economics and Management,
vol. 16 nb.3

 

Here are some links to various documents:


 

Résumé

to be documented.

Mots clés

To be documented


 

Abstract

The diversity of European regions in terms of R&D and of absorptive capacities has been extensively investigated but without taking into account all dimensions of the regional innovation systems. Even though the variety of connections is a source of constraints and opportunities for the development of territories, few analytical contributions have been devoted so far to this subject and to the implications for regional public policies. This article aims at contributing to the analysis of regional research and innovation systems. It focuses on the different types of scientific connectivity present at local to global levels, and proposes a typology of European regions based on co-publication statistics. It links this characterization of European regions with regional policy issues and discusses the relevance of these measures. The typology of scientific connectivity produces new maps of European regions, and challenges the classical R&D point of view about regional systems..


Keywords

To be documented


 

Articles published in peer-reviewed journals...

 

2015


A. ANBERREE, Nicolas AUBOUIN,
E. COBLENCE, F. KLETZ

"Audience Participation in cultural projects:
Bringing the organization back in"


International Journal of Arts Management,
vol 18(1), pp. 29-42

 

Here are some links to various documents:


 

Keywords

Democratization, visitor support, consumer experience, activation of the organization, crowdfunding


 

Abstract

Based on the observation that cultural institutions are showing increasing interest in developing participatory projects, the authors pose the following question: How and to what degree can participatory projects lead to a transformation of the organization, similar to the activation of the work of art via the gaze of the spectator? They use three case studies to demonstrate that, while audience participation in the cultural field has developed apace and has effectively transformed the relation of participants to the worlds of art, it has not succeeded in penetrating the boundaries of the organization beyond ad hoc services. They discuss this phenomenon in reference to the need to implement organizational change further upstream and to the difficulty inherent in making available specific approaches to evaluating participatory projects.


Ignasi CAPDEVILA,
Patrick COHENDET and Laurent SIMON

"Establishing new codes for
creativity through haute cuisine:
the case of Ferran Adia and Elbulli"

Technology Innovation Management Review,
vol 5(7), pp. 25-33

 

Here are some links to various documents:


 

Abstract

Keywords

creativity, innovation, creative process, exploration, exploitation, ambidexterity, haute cuisine, gastronomy, elBulli, Ferran Adria


 

Résumé

TBD.


Ignasi CAPDEVILA,
and M. I. ZARLENGA

"Smart City or smart citizens?
The Barcelona case"

Journal of Strategy and Management,
vol 8(3), pp. 266-282

 

Here are some links to various documents:


 

Abstract

TBD.

Keywords

TBD;
TBD


 

Résumé

TBD.


Ana COLOVIC
and Olivier LAMOTTE

« Technological environment
and technology entrepreneurship:
a cross-country analysis »

Creativity and Innovation Management,
Special issue 'Technology entrepreneurship'
in press

 

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Abstract

Recent years have seen growing interest in the influence of the environment on entrepreneurship. However, little is known about the impact of the technological environment at country level on the creation of new technology-based firms. This study investigates the relationship between the technological environment (measured by the amount of investment in R&D and access to Information and Communication Technology infrastructures) and technology entrepreneurship, in 54 countries during the years 2005 to 2010. Using data from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor, and the World Bank Development Indicators, we identify a significant, robust inverted-U-shaped relationship between R&D investment at country level and the likelihood of technology entrepreneurship. We also find evidence of a positive relationship between access to Information and Communication Technology infrastructures and the likelihood of technology entrepreneurship.

Keywords

Technology entrepreneurship;
Technological environment; R&D; ICT


 

Résumé

xxx.


Valerie MERINDOL

« Technologies de l’information et
variété des formes de co-création :
vers un nouveau paradigme
pour la Défense américaine »

Gérer et Comprendre, nb 119, pp. 42-52

 

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Abstract

This article investigates the role of Defence as an active user of technology. It shows that two user centric models of innovation co-exist: the owner and Lead user status. The article analyses the consequences of user’s characteristics on the client and firms relationships. It focuses also on the consequences of user’s characteristics on the technological and organizational capabilities associated to the client. The article is based on a depth case study related to the US Defence and on its role in the innovation processes.


 

Résumé

Cet article présente le rôle de la Défense en tant qu’usager innovant de la technologie. Il met en évidence la coexistence de deux modèles d’innovation centrés sur l’usager (le maître d’ouvrage et le lead user) suite à l’introduction massive des technologies de l’information et de la communication. Il analyse les conséquences des caractéristiques de l’usager innovant sur deux dimensions : la relation entre le client et les entreprises et les formes de co-création d’une part, et le management de la technologie en interne à la Défense d’autre part. Cette recherche se fonde sur une étude de cas longitudinale concernant la Défense américaine.


Ignasi CAPDEVILA

« Co-Working Spaces and the Localised Dynamics
of Innovation in Barcelona »

International Journal of Innovation Management, 19(3)

 

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Abstract

This paper considers a multi-level perspective to analyse the crucial role of individuals and communities outside firms in the localised dynamics of innovation. Through a qualitative study of the communities emerging in co-working spaces (CWSs) in Barcelona, we disentangle the different dynamics of innovation involving community insiders and local actors (firms, citizens and governmental bodies). We argue that CWSs act as intermediaries between creative individuals ("the underground") and innovative firms ("the upper-ground"), contributing to the interaction between co-located actors through the articulation of places, spaces, projects and events. The results lead to suggestions for policies to contribute to the emergence and development of innovation by fostering innovative processes outside firms.


 

Résumé

xxx.


Ignasi CAPDEVILA

« Les différentes approches entrepreneuriales
dans les espaces ouverts d'innovation »

Innovations,
Revue d'Economie et de
Management de l'Innovation
,
48(3)

 

Here are some links to various documents:

  


 

Abstract

TBD.


 

Résumé

L’article présente une classification d’espaces ouverts selon leur approche entrepreneuriale, en considérant le type de gouvernance et le type d’approche créative. Cet article décrit aussi ces différents espaces ouverts selon les dynamiques et processus collectifs et organisationnels qui sont à l’œuvre.


Karim ERRAJAA,
Judith PARTOUCHE,
Imen SAFRAOU

Les modalités et conséquences de collaboration
entre consommateur-senior et entreprise
sur la co-création de valeur et le rôle
des réseaux sociaux dans ce processus :
Etude exploratoire

Revue des sciences de gestion,
in press

 

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Abstract

(void).

 


 

Résumé

Cette recherche s'attache à comprendre les modalités et conséquences de la collaboration entre consommateurs seniors et entreprises dans la co-création des offres et le rôle d'internet dans cette dynamique. Une méthodologie qualitative mobilisant la netnographie et les entretiens semi-directifs est utilisée. L"analyse aboutit à plusieurs résultats : (1) la prise de conscience des enjeux de la collaboration "seniors-entreprises" ; (2) l'attitude positive à l'égard de cette collaboration ; (3) la variété des modalités de son déploiement (formes, conditions et dispositifs) ; (4) les bénéfices mutuels de la collaboration.


 

Articles published in peer-reviewed journals...

 

2014


Valerie MERINDOL

Le brevet comme outil stratégique des
entreprises : vers l’émergence d’une
nouvelle capacité organisationnelle ?

Revue Internationale de Management et de Stratégie,
June 2014

 

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Abstract

Today patents contribute to several dimensions of a firm’s strategy in order to improve its technological and competitive leadership. The purpose of the article is to identify the implication of the strategic role of patents on the acquisition of new organizational capabilities. It analyses why changes are slow in the French firms as compared to the other European and transatlantic competitors.

 


 

Résumé

Les brevets peuvent répondre à une grande variété de fonctions,toutes stratégiques pour le positionnement technologique et concurrentiel des entreprises. L’objectif de cet article est de proposer une analyse des incidences de l’évolution du rôle des brevets sur les capacités organisationnelles qu’elles doivent acquérir pour gérer au mieux leurs portefeuilles de brevets. Cet article tente aussi d’essayer de comprendre le retard français en la matière.


Nicolas AUBOUIN
and Emmanuel COBLENCE

Les Nouveaux Territoires de l’Art,
entre îlot et essaim

Territoire en mouvement
Revue de géographie et aménagement
,
17-18

 

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Abstract

Artistic approaches in brownfield sites or abandoned buildings, which fall under the term “new territories of art” (Nouveaux Territoires de l’Art), appear as new exploration fields for creation and management. In fact, these approaches renew the ways in which art projects are constructed, notably through the creation of multidisciplinary art communities and the involvement of stakeholders (population, socio-cultural associations, local authorities). In this process, the artist is in charge a central clearing role. However, this renewal, facilitated by the ergonomic design and location of the invested spaces, is also achieved through the introduction of more flexible management tools (collegiality, flexibility, informal selection) than those traditionally developed in cultural institutions. Through the case study of two artistic wastelands in France, Les Frigos and Culture Commune, we show that the development of these areas needs an interaction with their settlement territory, which can be achieved by many different paths, depending on the contexts and strategies of project leaders. We distinguish two models of development: the island (îlot) is based on a project management devoted to autonomy, while the swarm (essaim) develops through a co-construction with the territory. These two logics, although much different, both lead to challenge traditional public governance in the field of culture.

 

Keywords:

New territories of art, artistic brownfield sites, management tools, Les Frigos, Culture Commune


 

Résumé

Les démarches artistiques dans des friches industrielles ou des immeubles abandonnés, que l’on regroupe sous le terme de « Nouveaux Territoires de l’Art », constituent de nouveaux champs d’exploration de la création et de la gestion. En effet, ces démarches renouvellent les modes de construction des projets artistiques par la constitution de collectifs pluridisciplinaires et par l’implication de différentes parties prenantes aux projets : populations, associations socioculturelles, collectivités locales. Dans ce processus, l’artiste est en charge d’un rôle central de défrichage. Mais ce renouvellement, facilité par l’ergonomie et la localisation des espaces investis, l’est également par la mise en place d’outils de gestion plus souples (collégialité, polyvalence, sélection informelle) que ceux développés dans les institutions culturelles classiques. A travers l’étude de deux friches artistiques, les Frigos et Culture Commune, nous montrons que le développement de ces espaces se fait en interaction avec leur territoire d’implantation selon des trajectoires bien différentes, dépendantes des contextes et des stratégies des porteurs de projet. Nous distinguons ainsi deux modes de développement, l’îlot et l’essaim, qui marquent d’un côté un pilotage autonome des projets et, de l’autre, un pilotage par co-construction avec le territoire. Ces deux logiques conduisent à remettre en cause les modes de gouvernance publique de la culture.

 

Keywords:

Nouveaux Territoires de l’Art, friches artistiques, outils de gestion, Les Frigos, Culture Commune


 

Articles published in peer-reviewed journals...

 

2013


Olivier LAMOTTE and Ana COLOVIC

Innovation and internationalization of
young entrepreneurial firms

Management international/International Management/Gestiòn Internacional,
18(1), 87-103

 

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Abstract

This article investigates the relationship between innovation and internationalization in young entrepreneurial firms. Based on data from the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor and the World Bank for 64 countries during the 2001-2008 period, this study demonstrates that young entrepreneurial firms involved in product and/or process innovation are more likely to be internationalized. Moreover, the results of our study reveal that the impact of innovation is greater for product innovation than for process innovation and for high-income countries than for low- or middle-income countries.

 


 

Résumé

(void)


Philip CARTWRIGHT,
Ekaterina BESSON,
L. MAUBISSON

Nostalgia and Innovation Driving Consumption
of Retro Pop Music

European Journal of Innovation Management,
16(4), 459-494

 

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Abstract

The role of nostalgia in consumers' lives and its application in the design of marketing strategies has been highlighted in prior research. However, the role of nostalgia as well as the consumers' nostalgic inclination in the development of new products has not been investigated yet, either for existing products or new ones. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to underline and understand the collaborative process of value co-creation for both actors (companies and consumers) in the development of nostalgic new products.
Design/ method/ approach: A double methodology was used through a netnographic study and semi-directed interviews. Data collection in the etnographic approach was conducted on both general and specialized social networks, web sites and forums. 12 semi-directed interviews were conducted; verbatims were analyzed through a content thematic analysis. The use of both methodologies helped to underline recurrent and complementary findings.
Findings: The analysis highlights four main results: first, the main criteria for selection and purchase of products and services; second, the perception and dimensions of nostalgia; third, the link between nostalgia and consumption; and finally, the relationship between nostalgic experiences and the co-creation process.
Originality: This research is the first to study the value of the co-creation process for the development of nostalgic new products.

 

Keywords:

Nostalgia, Technology, Innovation, Retro, Music, Consumption


 

Résumé

(void).


Karim ERRAJAA,
Judith PARTOUCHE, Vincent DUTOT

The co-creation process in the development
of nostalgic new products

European Journal of Innovation Management,
16(4), 440-458

 

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Abstract

The purpose of the article is understanding a prima facie attraction of retro pop-rock by a broad spectrum of people and the role of technology innovation in driving the importance of this genre. A key idea of this paper is that ongoing popularity of retro pop-rock music is associated with a confluence of demand-side and supply-side factors. The demand side is thought to be characterized by a combination of psychological factors contributing to individuals' desires to enjoy, reflect on, or even live "in" the past. On the supply-side, technology has roles in the production, distribution and consumption of music. The approach of this article is to provide an extensive search and synthesis of relevant literature and to present and analyze findings from online surveys. The literature supports the idea that attraction to retro music is heavily influenced by psychological factors as well as technology innovation. The survey provides supporting evidence. Of particular interest are findings related to correlations between nostalgia and technology. This study is, to the authors' knowledge, one of the first to provide a survey-based link between the attraction to retro music to nostalgia and technology.

 


 

Résumé

(void).


 

Articles published in peer-reviewed journals...

 

2012


Ana COLOVIC and Olivier LAMOTTE

Entrepreneurs seniors et innovation

Revue française de gestion, (8), 127-141

 

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Abstract

(void).

 


 

Résumé

Cet article étudie la propension à innover des entrepreneurs seniors relativement aux autres catégories d'entrepreneurs. L'étude empirique est réalisée à partir d'une base de données de 69 054 entrepreneurs de 64 pays sur la période 2001-2008 et issue de l'enquête Global Entrepreneurship Monitor. Les résultats montrent que les entrepreneurs seniors sont moins innovants que les entrepreneurs plus jeunes, tant en termes d'innovation de produit que d'innovation de procédé.


 

Articles published in edited books
and in conference proceedings...

 

 

2016


Nadege BOUQUIN,
Valérie MERINDOL,
et David W. VERSAILLES

"Les Open Labs en France:
Quelqures repères et un regard
sur les open labs d'entreprises."

.

Chapitre 7, pp 209-274
de la publication annuelle
de la plateforme FutuRIS de l'ANRT,
La recherche et l'innovation en France,
sous la direction de Jacques Lesourne et Denis Randet, Paris: Editions Odile Jacob


 

Abstract

(void).

Keywords:
(void).

Acknowledgements:
.

   


 

Résumé

Depuis quelques années, on assiste à la multiplication de ce qui sera défini dans ce chapitre comme des « open labs », au-delà de la diversité des intitulés existants. Ces dispositifs, qui associent généralement un lieu et une démarche, peuvent être créés par des acteurs très divers (entreprises, universités, écoles, collectivités locales, associations, institutions culturelles, hôpitaux, entrepreneurs individuels…). Leur objectif est de contribuer au renouvellement des modalités d’innovation et de création par la mise en œuvre de processus collaboratifs et itératifs, ouverts et donnant lieu à une matérialisation physique ou virtuelle.

Dans un premier temps, le chapitre précise ce qui a été regroupé sous l’appellation « open labs » et en décrit quelques types : Fablabs et Techshops ; Living Labs ; Innovation labs (aux dénominations variées : Ideas labs, Creative labs…) ; makerspaces / hackerspaces. Dans un deuxième temps, il étudie une dizaine d’open labs créés par de grandes entreprises. Trois logiques-types de positionnement par rapport à l’entreprise-mère sont identifiées : logique intra-entrepreneuriale, logique de service interne d’innovation (contribution à l’innovation de l’entreprise), logique « makers » (au service des projets des salariés). Après une description des modalités d’organisation et de fonctionnement des open labs en fonction de leur logique de positionnement, un outil de caractérisation et d’aide à la décision est proposé aux acteurs engagés dans un projet d’open lab. Enfin, le chapitre esquisse un bilan de la « valeur ajoutée » et du pouvoir de transformation des open labs aujourd’hui.


Ignasi CAPDEVILA

"Entrepreneur et maker."

in
Dimitri UZINIDIS et André TIRAN, eds;
Directionnaire économique de l'entrepreneur,
pp. ,
Paris: Classiques Garnier
(sous presse)

.


 

Abstract

(void).

Keywords:
(void).

Acknowledgements:
.

   


 

Résumé

(void).


Ignasi CAPDEVILA

"Les ancrages locaux et les dynamiques globales
des communautés de connaissance."

in
J.-P. DUPUIS, ed;
Ancrages culturels et dynamiques du management.
Paris: Editions Vuibert, (sous presse)

.


 

Abstract

(void).

Keywords:
Communautés de connaissance, Buzz local, Pipelines globaux, Dynamiques localisées de connaissances.

Acknowledgements:
.

   


 

Résumé

Le modèle du buzz et pipelines (Maskell et al., 2006 ; Bathelt et al., 2004) affirme que les organisations ont besoin à la fois de participer au buzz local et créer des pipelines globaux avec des acteurs externes pour accroître leur capacité d'innovation. À différence du buzz, où la co-localisation est suffisante pour profiter des connaissances partagées, les pipelines nécessitent d’un investissement élevé pour leur construction et entretien. Cet article complète ce modèle en mettant l'accent sur le rôle joué par les communautés de connaissance qui facilitent à la fois les dynamiques de connaissance au niveau local et global. Le modèle proposé est empiriquement illustré par une étude de trois cas sur différentes communautés de connaissance à Barcelone (fabbers, coworkers et makers). .


 

Articles published in edited books
and in conference proceedings...

 

 

2015


Marie-Hélène ABEL,
Véronique MISSERI,
David W. VERSAILLES

"About the relevance of digital ecosystems
for collaborative expert group projects"

Proceedings of the 19th IEEE International Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work in Design

in press

  


 

Abstract

The article introduces the operational and theoretical challenges associated with the ECOPACK project that targets the development on digital collaboration platforms in order to facilitate an expert group. A return on experience with expert groups run with different modalities has made it possible to understand that the challenge locates at the level of the emergence of “weak ties” within the expert group. The digital platform also requires the monitoring of collaboration traces. It has to be considered as a “boundary object”.

Keywords:
-- weak ties;
-- tacit knowledge; embodied knowledge;
-- expert group;
-- digital platform;
-- digital ecosystem; collaboration

Acknowledgements:
This ECOPACK research project is funded by the French ANR agency on behalf of the French Ministry of Defense ASTRID funds. Previous research mentioned in the document associates with the Pluri-annual cooperative development program installed at the French Observatoire des sciences et des techniques (OST) for the elaboration of thematic multi-disciplinary scientometric nomenclatures. OST’s “PPCD Nomenclatures” was funded by the French Ministry of Defense (DGA/MRIS) and by the French Ministry of Research (DGRI); David W. Versailles was in charge for OST both as project manager and as principal investigator.

   


 

Résumé

(void).


Ignasi CAPDEVILA

« How can city labs enhance the
citizens' motivation in different
types of innovation activities? »

in L.M. Aiello and D. McFarland (Eds;),
SocInfo 2014 Workshops, LNCS 8852,
pp. 64–71, Springer

 

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Abstract

publication


 

About the book

This book constitutes the proceedings of the Workshops held at the International Conference on Social Informatics, SocInfo 2014, which took place in Barcelona, Spain, in November 2014. This year SocInfo 2014 included nine satellite workshops: the City Labs Workshop, the Workshop on Criminal Network Analysis and Mining, CRIMENET, the Workshop on Interaction and Exchange in Social Media, DYAD, the Workshop on Exploration of Games and Gamers, EGG, the Workshop on HistoInformatics, the Workshop on Socio-Economic Dynamics, Networks and Agent-based Models, SEDNAM, the Workshop on Social Influence, SI, the Workshop on Social Scientists Working with Start-Ups and the Workshop on Social Media in Crowdsourcing and Human Computation, SoHuman.


 

Articles published in edited books
and in conference proceedings...

 

 

2014


Ignasi CAPDEVILA

« Co-Working Spaces and the Localised Dynamics
of Innovation in Barcelona »

in Huizingh, K.R.E, Conn, S. Torkkeli, M. and Bitran, I., eds; The Proceedings of The ISPIM Americas Innovation Forum, October, ISBN 978-952-265-589-9

 

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Abstract

This paper considers a multi-level perspective to analyse the crucial role of individuals and communities outside firms in the localised dynamics of innovation. Through a qualitative study of the communities emerging in co-working spaces (CWSs) in Barcelona, we disentangle the different dynamics of innovation involving community insiders and local actors (firms, citizens and governmental bodies). We argue that CWSs act as intermediaries between creative individuals ("the underground") and innovative firms ("the upper-ground"), contributing to the interaction between co-located actors through the articulation of places, spaces, projects and events. The results lead to suggestions for policies to contribute to the emergence and development of innovation by fostering innovative processes outside firms.


 

Résumé

xxx.


 

Articles published in edited books
and in conference proceedings...

 

 

2013


Karim ERRAJAA,
Judith PARTOUCHE, Vincent DUTOT

The role of nostalgic experiences
in co-creation offers

Annual Conference Proceedings
Administrative Sciences Association of Canada

 

Here are some links to various documents:


 

Abstract

The role of nostalgia in consumers' lives and its application in the design of marketing strategies has been highlighted in prior research. However, the role of nostalgia as well as the consumers' nostalgic inclination in the development of new products has not been investigated yet, either for existing products or new ones. Hence, the purpose of this paper is to underline and understand the collaborative process of value co-creation for both actors (companies and consumers) in the development of nostalgic new products. Design/ method/ approach: A double methodology was used through a netnographic study and semi-directed interviews. Data collection in the etnographic approach was conducted on both general and specialized social networks, web sites and forums. 12 semi-directed interviews were conducted; verbatims were analyzed through a content thematic analysis. The use of both methodologies helped to underline recurrent and complementary findings. Findings: The analysis highlights four main results: first, the main criteria for selection and purchase of products and services; second, the perception and dimensions of nostalgia; third, the link between nostalgia and consumption; and finally, the relationship between nostalgic experiences and the co-creation process. Originality: This research is the first to study the value of the co-creation process for the development of nostalgic new products.

 


 

Résumé

(void).


 

Articles published in edited books
and in conference proceedings...

 

 

2012


Philip CARTWRIGHT,
Ekaterina BESSON

A Perspective on Disruptive Innovation

in Evolution et perspectives du management, Paris: L'Harmattan

 

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Abstract

(void).

 


 

Résumé

(void).


Philip CARTWRIGHT,
Ekaterina BESSON

Invention, Innovation and the
Growing Demand for Energy

in The Case of Solar Powerr and India,
Frederic ENCEL ed; Paris: Eclypse

 

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Abstract

(void).

 


 

Résumé

(void).