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Meeting with the coordinators of the book:
- Hervé Dumez, CNRS, Ecole polytechnique ;
- Benjamin Loveluck, Télécom-Paris ;
- and Alexandre Mallard, Mines Paris PSL.
who will exchange with :
- Géraldine Schhmidt, IAE Paris-Sorbonne ;
- and Marc Barbier INRAE.
Presentation of the book:
Certainly, crises give us food for thought - but not only on the means to be implemented to avoid them or to get out of them. They challenge us in our ability to find solutions in the face of unprecedented difficulties, to rethink problems that we thought were already solved, or to accelerate changes that we had only just begun to see. In a word, they lead to innovation. The Covid epidemic that began at the end of 2019 is an emblematic case in point. While it has destabilized the social, political and economic functioning of societies on a planetary scale in record time, it has also provided an opportunity for innovation in a whole range of situations. This book examines the way in which the reaction, adaptation and transformation to the virus were played out in various fields: expertise and political decision-making, mobility practices, small business, telecommuting, the organization of health institutions, culture, communication on social media... Written by researchers in management, economics, sociology, information and communication sciences gathered in the Interdisciplinary Institute of Innovation (i3), this book testifies to the vigor of the individual and collective logics that manifested themselves in the health crisis, and to the very variety of forms in which the phenomena of innovation present themselves.
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