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Llerena, Daniel

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Works: 23 works in 34 publications in 2 languages and 139 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Case studies  Academic theses 
Roles: Publishing director, Thesis advisor, Editor, Author, Other, Opponent
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Most widely held works by Daniel Llerena
Les systèmes de production : applications interdisciplinaires et mutations by Jean-François BOUJUT( Book )

2 editions published in 2007 in French and held by 60 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Innovation, connaissances & société : vers une société de l'innovation by Daniel Llerena( Book )

5 editions published between 2011 and 2012 in French and held by 38 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

L'innovation, qu'elle soit technologique, organisationnelle ou sociétale, ne peut se concevoir que si elle est pensée comme un processus complexe de production collective de nouveautés. Si ce constat est maintenant largement admis dans les communautés scientifiques, ainsi que chez les praticiens des entreprises, encore faut-il mesurer pleinement les enjeux afin de développer des cadres d'analyse et des méthodes qui puissent répondre aux attentes de notre société. Cet ouvrage, qui regroupe les principales contributions de la Conférence inaugurale de la Structure Fédérative de Recherche INNOVAS (créée en 2010 sous l'impulsion des acteurs de la recherche du site de Grenoble), souligne la nécessité de placer les travaux sur l'innovation sous l'angle de la pluridisciplinarité, où l'innovation technologique ne peut être détachée des connaissances scientifiques mais surtout de la compréhension de son insertion dans la société, voire de son émergence avec la société. Par ces différentes contributions, les auteurs ont souhaité mettre en évidence plusieurs éléments clefs pour la compréhension et l'intelligence de l'innovation, tels que la conception centrée utilisateur ; l'ergonomie prospective ; les démarches novatrices de scénarisation via les nouvelles technologies de l'information ; les nouvelles logiques institutionnelles des organisations innovantes ; la contribution des universités à l'innovation ou encore la nécessité de dépasser le régime d'innovation ou encore la nécessité de dépasser le régime d'innovations basées sur les promesses technoscientifiques en accordant une plus grande attention aux formes d'innovations distribuées. [Source : d'après la 4e de couverture]
Supply chain performance : collaboration, alignment and coordination by Valerie Botta-Genoulaz( )

3 editions published between 2010 and 2013 in English and held by 6 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book examines the opportunities for, and the effects and benefits of, collaborative working practices and their impact on supply chain performance. The first part of the book focuses on modeling the supply chain using conceptual frameworks to describe the relationship between collaboration and performance. The second part examines the issues around information systems alignment, and ensuring the management and coordination of interactions with suppliers and customers. The final part focuses on the various different formalized approaches that may be taken to analyze the impact of any given
L'internalisation de l'environnement et apprentissages dans les organisations by Daniel Llerena( Book )

3 editions published in 1996 in French and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This dissertation focusses on the dynamic of integration of the environmental issues in the activities of industrial organizations. The development of environmental knowledge is based on double-loop learning inside the firm in order to create new theories of actions which integrate the environmental dimension. In the first part of the dissertation, the analysis of individual learning processes allows us to characterize the formation of beliefs when the agents are confronted with radical uncertainty and, thus, to precise the concept of contextual rationality. In the second part, the creation of organizational knowledge is analysed. The introduction of a cooperative structure inside the firm is central to our analysis of emergence of collective knowledge. The efficiency of the firm depends on the evolution of individual knowledge and know-how, but also on the evolution of the capabilities of the members to bring together and to combine their skills in order to create new competences in the organization. Organizational learning is then analysed in terms of cognitive cooperations between the members of the firm
Technology and sustainability: an organisational and institutional change by Nathalie Lahaye( )

1 edition published in 1996 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Modélisation des relations verticales : une approche logistique et économique by Alejandra Gomez Padilla( Book )

2 editions published in 2005 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis deals with the relations between two companies vertically related: a supplier (FO) and a client (DO), who will be able to coordinate via two types of decisions: logistic and economic. Logistic decisions, related to physical flows, aim at minimizing the costs while acting on held stocks and the ordered quantities for restocking. Economic decisions, related to financial flows, aim at maximizing the benefit of each actor while acting on the contractual parameters and the prices.The objective of our work is to model and evaluate the decisions of each actor, for each studied contract. The contracts are: wholesale price, rebate, quantity flexibility, buy back, revenue sharing and capacity reservation. We study if the modelled contract allows to effectively coordinate the chain, i.e., if it simultaneously maximizes the profits of each actor and of the whole chain. The study of the contracts was made in order to improve the profit of the FO compared to the profit obtained with a wholesale price contract. The decision variable of the DO is the replenishment level and the decision variables of the FO are related to the contract parameters, that he proposes to the DO in order to incite him to order more and thus improve its benefit.We highlighted the importance of the contract in the determination of the individual benefits, in the replenishment policy of DO and in the contractual strategy of FO. We can then compare the different contracts to a situation of optimization of the whole chain
Consumer behavior towards innovative products : which methodologies for which values? by Valeriia Lobasenko( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The general purpose of this thesis is to analyze the different types of values that determine and explain the choices and behavior of consumers with a particular focus on innovative products. Specifically, we want to know whether consumers are willing to pay for innovative products with sustainable features and how consumer preferences and characteristics of the product are involved in the process of the decision-making. In addition, we test new methods for such estimations.In the Chapter 1 we claim that individual preferences are reflected in willingness to pay for a product/service and are based on individual's values. These values are stable for each individual, guide his/her preferences and actions as an individual (personal values) and as an economic agent (customer and consumer values). With the focus on the consumption of innovative and sustainable products, this thesis discusses also environmental and innovative values.The importance of value analysis for innovative products is of a high importance for companies, because it allows to anticipate preferences and their changes, and by this, helps to define the priorities of new product development processes.The complex systems of these values result in particular challenges for the estimation, discussed in Chapter 2. Therefore, the accuracy of WTP estimates depends on the choice of the method used by the researcher.The obtained results show that consumers have positive valuations of innovative products with sustainable characteristics. These valuations are based on consumers preferences and values inherent to him/her are an individual and as a consumer. The empirical studies presented in Chapters 3 and 4 offer two experimental approaches, which contribute to the understanding of consumer behavior towards innovative products and to the understanding of the difficulties and challenges for experimental methods of preference elicitation for these products/services. In addition, they demonstrate the validity of value theory in consumer behavior
Viabilité économique de la revalorisation des déchets ménagers et organisation industrielle by Daniel Llerena( Book )

2 editions published between 1992 and 1993 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Comportement des ménages en matière de consommation d'électricité : une meta-analyse et des approches expérimentales by Penelope Buckley( )

1 edition published in 2019 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This thesis examines how consumers respond to incentives used to encourage a reduction in their energy consumption. This necessary reduction stems from the need to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase energy production from renewable energy sources and achieve energy savings. These objectives require that residential demand be more flexible in response to changes in supply and that energy savings be achieved by households. The first chapter explores the barriers to consumer acceptance and adoption of smart meters and the incentives that they provide. Significant barriers exist and consumption reductions are far from being achieved. Limited motivation, lack of understanding of information on consumption and the rigidity of daily life are the main barriers preventing households from acting upon the incentives delivered via smart meters. The second chapter analyses the results of field experiments and pilot studies on the impacts of different incentives on residential consumption. The results show that there are large variations and that, on average, an incentive will result in a 2% reduction in energy consumption. Real-time feedback and monetary information have the greatest effect. Finally, more robust studies report lower reduction effects. In the third chapter, a common pool resource game is used to explore individual responses to price and nudge-based incentives. Individuals are encouraged to reduce their consumption either by price increases or by smilies that reflect their overconsumption. The price is most effective at encouraging the target level of consumption but takes longer to have an effect. The nudge is quickly understood but tends to reinforce overconsumption behaviours. The fourth chapter examines the effect of framing on effort provision. Individuals are asked to complete a simple and repetitive task for which they receive a piece-rate payoff in the form of a gain or loss. Framing in the form of gains and losses is combined with three different payment structures: fixed gain, low gain or high gain with an equal probability revealed before or after the effort is made. The results show that framing has no effect on effort provision, except for a high gain context announced before making the effort
Essays on environmental innovation : the role of vertical relations and public policies by Rania Mabrouk( )

1 edition published in 2017 in English and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The innovation of the 21st century has no longer as a mere objective the survival of companies in the market and the stimulation of the growth at the country level. From now on, there is an urgent need to preserve the environment to ensure the development of present and future generations. Therefore, several empirical studies and theoretical accounts place the matter at the heart of innovation and economics fields of research. The first objective of this dissertation is to examine how -at a microeconomic level- the emergence and diffusion of environmental innovations is impacted by strategic inter-firm relationships within supply-chains. In order to achieve this goal, the first chapter shows that a monopoly maintains on the market a low-quality product in the sole intention to increase his bargaining power against a supplier offering a drastic innovation -a costless high-quality product-. The second chapter explains how bargaining powers between vertically related firms can influence the adoption choice of environmental technology leading to a sub-optimal level of depollution or welfare. To deal with this situation, the regulator must adapt its regulatory policy -a tax in this case- to modify the choice of the polluting firm. However, its intervention may prove insufficient under certain conditions. The second objective of the dissertation is developed in the third chapter which identifies theoretically and empirically the macroeconomic determinants of environmental innovations in order to help the regulator to better target its interventions
Les modèles d'ilôts/quartiers à système énergétique local bas carbone : fondamentaux techniques et économiques, conditions institutionnelles de mises en oeuvre et conséquences pour les modes de vie by Miléna Marquet( )

1 edition published in 2018 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The development of the neighborhood as a scale of a more sustainable urban development takes part in a period of awareness linked to climate change for which the European Union has implemented an energy transition policy. In this context, the eco-neighborhoods are structured around two key points in terms of energy: energy efficiency and energy supply. Energy efficiency, which encompasses the energy performance of buildings and the control of energy demand, is the spearhead of existing local energy transition policies. In contrast, the low-carbon energy supply does not seem to have reached sufficient maturity to be fully implemented at the neighborhood level. Nevertheless, the analysis of eco-district projects shows the growing interest in the creation of a low carbon energy supply using local resources. This interest reflects, in particular, the willingness of some local actors to reach a degree of energy autonomy. In order to consider the neighborhood as a relevant scale for low-carbon energy supply, it is necessary to analyze the technical-economic and institutional conditions to be implemented. It reveals the need for a paradigm shift in the structuring of energy systems from centralized to decentralized systems. However, this new paradigm is conditioned by the technical and economic maturity of the infrastructures that can be installed in the district and by the ability to find a viable business model making the investment profitable on this scale. For the institutional part, it causes a modification of the relations between the actors using the energetic vectors studied (electricity and heat). The rise of new production profiles with the development of renewable energies and the emergence of new consumer profiles becoming producers, alters the energy value chain and makes it necessary to guarantee the flexibility of energy systems to ensure their correct functioning. To plan a different pathway that these relationships might take, a methodological approach based on the construction of the ideal-type was carried out. It shows the need for a new player, the energy manager, to ensure the proper functioning of the energy systems installed in the neighborhoods
Évaluation et évolution des politiques de promotion des énergies renouvelables : la transition des secteurs électriques en Amérique Latine by Germán Bersalli( )

1 edition published in 2017 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La transition énergétique mondiale suppose un développement accéléré des énergies nouvelles et renouvelables pour la production d'électricité (ENRe), ce qui implique de nouveaux défis d'ordre technique, économique et de régulation du secteur électrique. Or, un engagement plus fort des pays émergents et en développement dans des trajectoires de décarbonation profonde de l'économie nécessite un renforcement des politiques de promotion ainsi que la conception d'instruments de régulation mieux adaptés aux spécificités de leurs contextes économiques et institutionnels.Cette thèse traite de la question de la conception, de la mise en place et de l'évaluation de politiques de promotion des ENRe adaptées au contexte des pays d'Amérique Latine. Dans ce but, nous avons tout d'abord recours à l'économie environnementale pour analyser les différents instruments de régulation disponibles, les caractériser et proposer des critères d'évaluation, en nous appuyant sur une revue approfondie de la littérature. Nous réalisons ensuite une étude économétrique de panel afin d'identifier les facteurs déterminants des investissements en nouvelles capacités d'ENRe et de mesurer l'efficacité des politiques. Dans un troisième temps, nous mobilisons la théorie évolutionniste du changement technologique pour analyser en profondeur le processus de mise en place des politiques, les barrières existantes et les résultats obtenus. Cette analyse s'appuie sur trois études de cas du secteur électrique au Chili, au Brésil et en Argentine. Enfin nous explorons les enjeux liés au déploiement massif des ENRe en Amérique Latine à l'horizon 2030-2040 : l'intégration des énergies intermittentes, l'accès au financement et le défi industriel.Nos analyses mettent en évidence que les transformations du contexte économique et institutionnel impulsent une dynamique qui conditionne les choix des politiques publiques ainsi que leur performance. Nous proposons donc les bases d'un cadre analytique pour la conception et l'évaluation de politiques de promotion ambitieuses sur le long terme. Ces politiques doivent être intégrées dans un projet multidimensionnel et cohérent pour le secteur énergétique. Concernant spécifiquement le choix de l'instrument de promotion et ses éléments de design, nous avons mis en exergue quatre principes à prendre en compte spécialement dans le contexte des pays émergents : le niveau de risque pour les investisseurs, le coût total de la politique pour le consommateur, l'adéquation institutionnelle de l'instrument et, enfin, sa flexibilité pour soutenir des technologies ayant différents degrés de maturité technico-économique. Cette flexibilité doit également répondre à des objectifs multiples liés au processus de développement socio-économique de chaque pays
Effets des pôles de compétitivité dans les industries de haute technologie : une analyse d'économie industrielle de l'innovation by Bi Goli Jean-Jacques Iritie( )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Cette thèse se situe dans le cadre théorique de l'économie industrielle appliquée à l'analyse de l'innovation technologique. Elle a pour objet principal d'évaluer les effets de la politique des pôles de compétitivité sur les incitations à innover des firmes. Il s'agit en particulier de comprendre les mécanismes informationnels par lesquels ce nouveau dispositif impacte les niveaux d'investissement en recherche et développement des firmes et leurs activités. Le premier chapitre présente le cadre général de la thèse. Il explicite les éléments de théorie économique qui sous-tendent l'émergence des clusters de recherche et de développement. Le deuxième chapitre, première contribution théorique de la thèse, analyse les effets des pôles sur les niveaux d'efforts R&D de firmes qui sont en coopération au stade de la R&D mais qui sont en compétition à la Cournot sur le marché de produit. Le troisième chapitre et deuxième contribution théorique, s'intéresse aux effets des pôles dans le cadre de relations verticales de type fournisseur-clients de technologies. Le quatrième chapitre a pour but de trouver des illustrations ou des correspondances de nos résultats théoriques à travers les informations recueillies sur le terrain auprès des acteurs des pôles de compétitivité, en l'occurrence le pôle Minalogic situé à Grenoble en Isère
La sélection participative : un mode alternatif d'innovation environnementale en agriculture : trois essais en économie by Idyle Abdourahman Djama( )

1 edition published in 2013 in French and held by 2 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La thèse présentée ici propose une analyse économique d'un mode alternatif d'innovation semencière : la sélection participative. Définis par l'implication des agriculteurs dans le processus de sélection, les projets de sélection participative consistent généralement en une collaboration entre agriculteurs et scientifiques qui deviennent des co-chercheurs. Ces programmes visent à développer des variétés locales et adaptées à une agriculture durable.Dans le secteur des semences, la règlementation joue un rôle central : pour obtenir une autorisation de mise sur le marché, les variétés doivent être conformes à un standard. De plus, les règles de commercialisation orientent la recherche semencière et limitent les échanges de variétés paysannes. Dans un premier essai, les impacts économiques de cette règlementation sont analysés. Les arguments expliquant la rationalité économique de ces instruments règlementaires ainsi que leurs limites et les alternatives envisageables sont étudiés. Le second essai consiste en une étude de cas des motivations des agriculteurs. Cette question multifactorielle, permet d'éclairer l'essentiel des enjeux économiques, environnementaux et sociétaux associés à la sélection participative. Les motivations des agriculteurs sont en effet directement liées à l'histoire de la recherche semencière, aux limites du système agricole moderne, aux impacts environnementaux de ce modèle, à la structure de l'industrie semencière ainsi qu'au cadre règlementaire. Pour finir, un modèle théorique représente les interactions stratégiques entre des semences commerciales et des semences paysannes. Les impacts en termes de prix, profits, couverture du marché, pollution et bien-être social sont analysés
Innovation, connaissances & société vers une société de l'innovation( )

1 edition published in 2012 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Supply chain performance : collaboration, alignment and coordination( )

1 edition published in 2010 in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Comportements des consommateurs et biens privés à caractéristiques environnementales : une approche expérimentale by Céline Michaud( )

1 edition published in 2010 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Our thesis provides an analysis of consumer preferences for green products that have the specificity to mix private charactéristics with environmental ones. Our work provides insights on how consumers may contribute to environmental protection by their purchase decisions and addresses the question of the empirical measure of consurmers' values. Chapter 1 presents the main theoretical concepts providing tools to study the green consumption phenomenon. Chapter 2 discusses the methodologies used to elicit consumer values in the empirical analysis of preferences. Chapter 3 is an experimental study of consumer preferences for products deriving from a remanufacturing process. An experimental auction mechanism shows that consumers' willingness to pay for a remanufactured camera result from important tradeoffs between its environmental and quality attributes. Consumers nevertheless express environmental preferences by undervaluing, or even boycotting, a conventional - brand new - and thus more polluting product. Chapter 4 explores consumers' choices for roses associated with two independant environmental characteristics : an environmental certification of environment-friendly cultivation practices and a carbon footprint indicator. We implement a real choice experiment for a non food product whose consumption cannot bring any sanitary benefit to the consumer. Not driven by any private motives related to possible health benefits, consumers nevertheless exhibit positive willingness to pay for both environmental attributes of the roses. Our results give strength to the hypothesis of altruistic motivations in consumers' choices for green products
L'impact de la tarification des réseaux et des politiques de soutien sur le développement de l'autoconsommation photovoltaïque by Olivier Rebenaque( )

1 edition published in 2020 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Over the past ten years, the public authorities have supported the photovoltaic industry to meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. The support policies have resulted in unprecedented development of this sector, leading to a significant reduction in production costs. This trend combined with the increase of the retail rates enabled to reach the grid parity in some European countries. Households are now encouraged to invest in a photovoltaic power plant in order to consume a part of their consumption. These households are called prosumers. The photovoltaic investment depends mainly on the grid pricing. This tariff is based mainly on the energy withdrawal from the grid. However, this kind of tariff does not reflect the costs of the electricity grid operators, which are mainly fixed in the short and medium term. The drop in revenue due to self-consumption leads to a deficit for the grid operators, which must be covered by an increase in the grid tariff. This situation leads to cross-subsidies from standard consumers to self-consumers.The objective of this thesis is to answer this problem and it consists of 4 chapters. In the first chapter, an analysis of policies supporting self-consumption was carried out for the following countries: Germany, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Spain and France. This study is based on bibliographical and documentary research to identify the strengths and weaknesses of these policies. In the second chapter, we study the indirect costs of the self-consumption development for the consumers. For this purpose, an estimate of cross-subsidies in France between 2017 and 2021 is proposed. This estimate is based on the calculation of the volumes of self-consumption aggregated at the national level by modelling the load curves of different consumers and company profiles. In Chapter 3, the current support mechanism is evaluated according to two criteria, namely the revenue generated by self-consumption and the support costs for the ratepayers. A simulation model has been developed to determine the profitability of a photovoltaic installation coupled with a battery under different grid tariffs. In chapter 4, an estimation of the profits related to the self-supply is made. A battery charge optimisation model has been developed with the objective of maximising the revenue from the consumption savings for the prosumer.The thesis shows that self-consumption support policies have neglected the indirect costs related to network pricing. It is necessary to modify the grid pricing in order, on the one hand, to limit cross-subsidies and, on the other hand, to take advantage of the benefits that self-consumption can bring to the network. Signals need to be sent in order to increase the value of self-consumption. Nevertheless, this is only possible by changing the current subsidy scheme, which does not encourage battery adoption. The results show that a premium for battery investment would limit the cross-subsidies but would limit the development of self-consumption
Environnement et traditions : comparaison et interprétation socio-économique des politiques et des stratégies industrieles en Europe du Nord by Jean-Alain Héraud( Book )

1 edition published in 1992 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

La valorisation de briques technologiques : une approche par les réseaux de valeur by Meyer Haggege( Book )

1 edition published in 2008 in French and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

 
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