May 26, 2007

Economic intelligence : France to launch 4 year research programme

Support of CNRS for research a four-year programme in economic intelligence
May 21, 2007

CNRS launched a research programme four years in economic intelligence starting in 2007.

CNRS launched a research programme four years in economic intelligence starting in 2007. This program is placed under the direction of Pr Clement Paoli (University of the Marne the Valley) and will associate the CERIC (university of Montpellier 3 - coordinator: A. Mucchielli), the UMR 6171 (CNRS/University of Aix Marseilles 3 - coordinator J. Kister), the LORIA (University of Nancy - coordinator: A. David) and the IRIT (University of Toulouse - coordinator B. Dousset). An annual financing of 40.000 euros was notified by CNRS for animation and operation in network of this collaboration, which will relate to three research orientations:

the use of the economic intelligence for the projection of the French influence at the international level

the creation of value within the framework of the communication and information sciences

the development of new tools within the framework of the machine analysis of information and the diffusion of these results within the framework of co-operative work.


Within the framework of this program, a French-speaking international conference associating researchers of the universities of Bologna, Turin and Madrid will be organized in Venice of the 24 at June 28, 2007 on the topic “the problems arising from the valorization of the data: theories, methods, tools”.

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