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Public-private innovation networks in services: Revisiting PPPs with servitization

Sofiane Tahi, Wafa Khlif, Khaled Belghoul and Vanessa Casadella

Technovation, 2022, vol. 118, issue C

Abstract: This article investigates to what extent and how public-private innovation networks in services (PPINSs) can provide an original understanding of servitization-based innovations in ecosystems. To do this, we examined the biopharmaceutical industry in the Ile-de-France region in north-central France. We performed a longitudinal study from 2005 to 2016, building on structural holes and personal network efficiency methodology. Our results confirm the centrality of public actors in structuring and diffusing knowledge within a PPINS; the role of structural holes in controlling and filtering transferred knowledge, the main beneficiaries of which are private actors; and finally, the evolution and development of the PPINS around these central private/public actors. The network reveals that product-service innovation in the sector would be difficult to achieve without complex private/public interdependencies (knowledge, big data, logistics, digital therapies, etc.). Our paper also stresses on the need to move forward the public economic model from a public service into an innovative service to the public.

Keywords: Public-private partnerships; Innovation; Servitization; Biopharmaceutical sector; Structural holes (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2022
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DOI: 10.1016/j.technovation.2021.102336

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