Anna Glaser

Anna Glaser
Novancia Business School · Management, Strategy & Organisation

PhD

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The aim of this paper is to explore the concepts of eco-design and eco-innovation in the context of smart cities. In terms of impacts, the two approaches are considered to be sustainable solutions that imply finding the right balance between ecological and economic requirements by maximizing sustainability throughout all the stages of the product d...
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Higher education institutions (HEIs) have evolved by focusing on two missions, research and teaching, constantly exhibiting isomorphic tendencies in attempting to attain and maintain their legitimacy and reputation. Since the 1990s a third mission emerged, obliging them to account for the impact of their activities in relation to their ‘external en...
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Higher education institutions (HEIs) have evolved by focusing on two missions, research and teaching, constantly exhibiting isomorphic tendencies in attempting to attain and maintain their legitimacy and reputation. Since the 1990s a third mission emerged, obliging them to account for the impact of their activities in relation to their 'external en...
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Abstract: The aim of this paper is to explore the concepts of eco-design and eco-innovation in the context of smart cities. In terms of impacts, the two approaches are considered to be sustainable solutions that imply finding the right balance between ecological and economic requirements by maximizing sustainability throughout all the stages of t...
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As “cluster” became a new buzzword, governments around the world increasingly implement cluster policies. However, a relevance gap is growing between cluster research and practice. Scholars build theories about the roles of clusters as powerful entities fostering innovation and competitiveness. Meanwhile, governments and policy-driven cluster organ...
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The aim of this paper is to build a holistic theoretical framework of factors that influence, positively or negatively, companies to enter the nanotechnology industry, with a particular focus on France. Since the beginning of the 21st century governments have invested heavily in nanotechnology research and development (R&D). The understanding and c...
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Traditionally, higher education institutions (HEIs) focused on two missions: research and teaching. However, since the 1990s a third mission emerged, dealing with all activities that HEI perform in relation to their ‘external environment’. However, while research and teaching indicators are monitored, third mission indicators are still largely abse...
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FRENCH: Dans ce volet de nos recherches sur l’évaluation des clusters (cf. Gallié, Glaser, Lefebvre et Pallez, 2012, qui analyse le cas de l’évaluation de la politique française des pôles de compétitivité), nous comparons quatre cas européens d’évaluation de clusters : Wallonie, Allemagne, Basse-Autriche et France. Nous développons d’abord une gril...
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Dans ce volet de nos recherches sur l'évaluation des clusters, nous comparons quatre cas européens d'évaluation de clusters : Wallonie, Allemagne, Basse-Autriche et France. Nous développons d'abord une grille de lecture avec laquelle nous analysons ensuite ces différentes évaluations. Cette grille de lecture nous aide surtout à souligner les différ...
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FRENCH: L’évaluation des politiques publiques est un thème récurrent pour les praticiens et chercheurs travaillant sur l’action publique. Mais au-delà de l’accord sur le principe, il n’y a pas stabilisation de la doctrine et de ses pratiques. Différents modèles coexistent ou se succèdent, selon les pays ou les époques. En nous appuyant sur le cas d...
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This paper explores the diversity of 66 French competitiveness clusters, which were all accredited in 2005 according to the same specifications, by characterizing the initial context in which they emerged and taking a close look at the link between this initial context and their current performance. Since French competitiveness cluster policy is b...
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Les termes « compétitivité » ou « compétitif » sont sur toutes les lèvres. Il n’y a pas un jour qui passe, surtout en période de crise, sans qu’on ne les entende à la radio, à la télévision ou qu’on ne les lise dans un journal : « La compétitivité française régresse, selon les experts du Forum de Davos » (Le Monde, 09/09/2011), « Compétitivité : l'...
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Les pôles de compétitivité constituent un élément essentiel de la politique publique française en faveur de l'innovation, des entreprises et des territoires. Leur évaluation est une nécessité incontournable pour éviter un gaspillage de ressources publiques rares. Or les critères utilisés pour ces évaluations tendent à se limiter à la capacité innov...
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Although there is a consensus concerning the need for public policy evaluation, there is no stable doctrine regarding the way such assessments should be carried out. Different models coexist or succeed one another; it is, for example, possible to schematically oppose a ballistic model of evaluation “of the action” to an emergent model of evaluation...
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Les clusters représentent de plus en plus un instrument de politique industrielle tant aux niveaux national qu’européen. En France, les pôles de compétitivité ont été impulsés par l’Etat français en 2004 pour renforcer les liens entre les acteurs d’un territoire (entreprises grandes et petites, établissements de recherche et de formation) actifs su...
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French “competitiveness clusters” were set up in 2005 to strengthen cooperation between small and large enterprises, and training and research institutions working on similar topics and located in the same geographical area, with the aim of making this area more competitive and attractive through enhanced innovation. Our analysis of this set of abo...
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French “competitiveness clusters” were set up in 2005 to strengthen cooperation between small and large enterprises, and training and research institutions working on similar topics and located in the same geographical area, with the aim of making this area more competitive and attractive through enhanced innovation. Our analysis of this set of abo...
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Although there is a consensus concerning the need for public policy evaluation, there is no stable doctrine regarding the way such assessments should be carried out. Different models coexist or succeed one another; it is, for example, possible to schematically oppose a ballistic model of evaluation “of the action” to an emergent model of evaluation...
Thesis
My studies at the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration and at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill allowed me to discuss in more detail the impact of mergers on regional systems. This master thesis focuses on an empirical case study: the 1995 pharmaceutical merger between Glaxo and Burroughs Wellcome in the Metropol...

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This project looks at innovation strategies based on the Safer-by-Design approach for the development of new markets for nano-based products.