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Innovation and Sustainable Development: The Question of Energy Efficiency

Dhaoui, Elwardi (2012): Innovation and Sustainable Development: The Question of Energy Efficiency. Published in: IOSR Journal of Business and Management (IOSR-JBM) , Vol. 10, No. 6 (June 2013): 01-10.

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This article aims to examine the conditions in which technological innovation can foster and promote sustainable development. It takes into account all forms of technological innovation potential for sustainable development: process innovations, product innovations, organizational innovations, market innovations. It is also interested in the whole chain of innovation and pays particular attention to the plurality of devices innovation. This Research continues scientific representations which are guided by operational concerns. This paper will attempt to discern the relationship between innovation and energy efficiency. Thus, we will describe the technology and process innovation for sustainable development and where energy consumption is minimized for a service rendered identical. We will put the findings into perspective in relation to the Tunisian context.

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