Impact of public entrepreneurial innovation in improving the performance within Moroccan University: Case of IBN TOFAIL University
innovation and entrepreneurship into the managerial and digital evolution adopted by public administrations recently. The literature review presents a conceptual analysis of public entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial innovation, key concepts that are defined on both theoretical and empirical level. Through a methodology based on qualitative analysis based on the processing of interviews by experts in the field, this article draws an exclusive portrait of the integration of entrepreneurial innovation within public organizations, the case of Moroccan universities, more precisely the University IBN TOFAIL of Kenitra, through a series of semi-structured interviews with civil servants, managers and professors-researchers with more than 10 years of professional experience. The results analyzed demonstrate a typology of organizational innovation perceived by the interviewees and which plays a dual role in improving the working conditions of the public administration and its business ecosystem in question.
Keywords: public administrations, public entrepreneurship; innovation; good governance; business ecosystem;
JEL classification: L26; P27; M21
Paper type: Empirical Research
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