Research project commissioned by DREES, research and statistical office for the French ministry for Solidarities

Collaborative economy and innovation platforms

This research project develops between Jan. 2019 and Dec. 2020.
  

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This project is commissioned by DREES, research and statistical office of the French Ministry for Solidarities and Healthcare, Ministère des Solidarités et de la Santé.

The principles of collaborative economies elaborate on new rationales for working practices. This 24m long research project aims at better understanding these principles in reference to open innovation laboratories and collaborative spaces. The project will most notably focus on available economic, symbolic and sociological resources, and on the subsequent impacts on the stakeholders' sense of "protection".

The originality of the project sheds light on "social protection" throught the lenses of collaborative spaces, most notably coworking spaces.
How and When do these spaces become platforms for some social engineering to provide a new working environment for the contributors to digital economies, and not solely genuine open spaces for rent? How do the spaces contribute to articulate together some "social protection"?

The project investigates economic and organizational models used in collaborative economies, and their impact on the job market, and on working conditions. The project also analyses roles and statuses for the workers present in collaborative economies, and their need for social protection. The project addresses 3 aspects of social protection: the legal, sociological and physiological dimensions. The project also articulates these aspects with an analysis of the "dark side" of IT, most notably the impact of 24/7 connectivity on social, personal and professional lives.

Expected contributions

Collaborative represent a new and complex phenomenon. The originality of our approach locates in the focus on the organizations framing such collaboration, and the associated stakholders. This focus on microfoundations makes it possible to understand motivations, decisions, processes, and institutional patterns. Therefore a better understanding of future trends and tendencies. Organizational patterns and ways of working differ from traditional (private and public) organizations. Startuppers, freelancers and coworkers have to better understand how to cope with this new environement to make better decisions, incl. for their own protection.

We expect several contributions:

  • Explore symbolic and sociological resources of firms present in collaborative economies;
  • Unveil practices, networks and communities in residence in collaborative spaces;
  • Explore business models and the sustainability of collaborative spaces, key stakeholders and representativity;
  • Identify good practices to cope with the complexity of hybrid (business versus social business) business models;
  • Identify and discuss issues at stake for quality of life and health in relation with connectivity and deconnection.

 

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Field research;
Description of field research protocols
 

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The kick-off of the project is scheduled for Jan. 2019. Project duration is 24 months.

We have designed three work pacakges for the project.

  • WP1: Working practices and economic, symbolic and sociological resources in collaborative spaces
    This WP commits to the ethnographic method in the context of several representative coworking spaces, with long-lasting immersion.
  • WP2: Business models and legal status for collaborative spaces
    This WP elaborates on interviews for the analysis of business models, and a questionnaire to address the issues related to social protection (including the feeligns about protection experienced by residents in the collaborative spaces).
  • WP3: ICTs in the collaborative spaces
    This WP elaborates on interviews and a questionnaire, specifically addressing all drivers of the "dark side" of connectivity.

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Partners for field research activities
 

 

 

The list of collaborative and coworking spaces hosting our field research is currently under negotiation.

This section will be documented as soon as data will be available.

 

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Research team

      

      

      

      

 

  • Helene BUSSY-SOCRATE
    Project manager and
    Principal investigator
    Head of WP1
      hbs (at) newpic.fr
      +33-0-616 24 81 76
        
     

 
Currently hiring:
we accept applications
for the first post doc position
until Nov 19th, 2018
 

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for a description of the position
and details about
the recruitment process

 

  • Valérie MERINDOL
    Scientific advisor
      vm (at) newpic.fr
      +33-0-617 09 06 43
        
     
  • François-Xavier de VAUJANY
    Scientific advisor
        
     
  • Najma SAIDANI
    Head of WP3
        
     
  • Post Doc #1
    Post-Doc
        
     

 

  • Nicolas AUBOUIN
    Head of WP2
    Deputy Project Manager
      na (at) newpic.fr
        
     
  • David W. VERSAILLES
      dwv (at) newpic.fr
      +33-0-609 52 54 56
        
     
  • Pierre LANIRAY
        
     
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Academic partners

This research project is a joint activity between the newPIC chair at Paris School of Business, at Helène Bussy-Socrate's initiative, the RGCS network, the research team Management and Organization (M&O) at PSL Paris Dauphine University.

 
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Research team Management and Organization (M&O)

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Academic publications and contributions to conferences
 

Submissions to conferences will start with the academic year 2019-2020.
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the White Book on Open Labs

Activities jointly organized and facilitated by the newPIC chair and ANRT's FutuRIS platform,
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Visit the page dedidated to the activities of the Expert Groups on Open Labs in France

The White Book of Open Labs in France is available for download from the url

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