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Which innovation regime for public service innovation networks for social innovation (PSINSIs)? lessons from a European cases database

Benoît Desmarchelier, Faridah Djellal () and Faïz Gallouj
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Benoît Desmarchelier: Université de Lille

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Abstract: This article is devoted to collaborative systems that are being established, within public services, to design and implement social innovations. These systems, which we refer to by the acronym PSINSIs (for "public service innovation networks for social innovations'"), reflect a dual process of servitization (the rise of services in the network) and de-marketization (the rise of the non-market dimension) of the traditional innovation network notion. Drawing on a database of 24 case studies collected in 5 European countries (France, Denmark, Hungary, Spain, Norway) and 5 areas of wicked social problems (elderly, education, minorities, longterm unemployment and environmental issues), this article aims to discuss how PSINSIs fit into the entrepreneurial and routine innovation and learning regimes described by evolutionary economics. Beyond these general categories, it highlights the diversity of the configurations of these regimes and their interactions.

Keywords: innovation network; public service; social innovation; innovation regime (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2021-01-21
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Published in 30th RESER/COVAL International Congress. Value Co-creation and Innovation in the New Service Economy, Jan 2021, Madrid (virtual), Spain

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