Intelligence économique et pôles de compétitivité : leurs réciprocités.

Abstract : Economic intelligence (EI) has been developed, through the Anglo-Saxon, during the end of 60’s in the United States by Harold Wilensky. EI has become an advantage for companies in order to maximise their competitiveness. Nowadays EI is incontrovertible process to follow this new networks and knowledge era, due to the globalisation and increase of TIC. In this competitive context, what’s the contribution of EI as a tool development for clusters? Indeed Europe is starting to apply a support politics for clusters. However it’s not sufficient to gather the whole of the components to create a cluster. It operates thanks to the research and the innovation, which are regenerated, every day, by EI. Consequently EI has reciprocity connection with cluster…
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Myriam Matray. Intelligence économique et pôles de compétitivité : leurs réciprocités.. Conférence Internationale SIIE 2008 - Systèmes d'Information et Intelligence Economique - 76e Congrès Annuel de l'Association Francophone pour le Savoir (ACFAS) : Management et Capacités Organisationnelles, Feb 2008, Hammamet, Tunisie. ⟨hal-00363786⟩

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