• Digital
  • Social - Societal - Solidarity Innovation

Laboratoire Innovation Technologies Economie et Management (LITEM)

Research unit


LITEM (laboratory of innovation, technolgies, economics and management) is a multidisciplinary research center, anchored in management sciences and economics.
Its goal is to understand the transformations and demands of a complex and uncertain world, and to support economic actors and stakeholders.
LITEM's research focuses on innovation management, information systems transformation, digital marketing, finance, and responsible management and organizational ethics.


  • Mrs Liliana MITKOVA

Innovation themes

Map and access

Boulevard François Mitterrand

Our research areas


- digital transformation
- market structure and risk management
- social innovation
- organizational innovation
- collaborative technological innovation
- entrepreneurship
- technology transfer
- ethical responsibility of organizations
- management of industrial property and valuation of patents
- governance of innovation spaces: clusters, FabLAb
- economy and management of innovation
- green IT
- IS governance
- economy of privacy
- crowdsourcing
- organizational behavior
- innovation skills

Applications sectors

  • IT / software
  • Networks / Telecom
  • Biotechnology
  • Other business
  • Health / wellness
  • Electronic / photonics
  • Other industry
  • Administration / Public sector
  • Education / Training
  • Media / Communication / Publishing / Events
  • Business services

Total number of employees

Total number of employees : 88
Number of researchers : 54
Number of doctoral students : 28


Our results

Projects examples

- HRM DIGITAL LAB: business transformation observatory
- Franco-German Academy for the Industry of the Future
- white paper: The digital enterprise: the challenges of digital transformation (https://www.imt.fr/en/business-futur-limit-publie-livre-blanc-enjeux-de-transformation-numerique/)
- PHC project on IP strategy and valuation policy through licensing in China, 2012-2017
- CCI Ile de France project on the impact of 3D technologies on innovation practices, 2016

Industrial and scientific relations

Scientific collaborations

- France: Carnot Institute
- International: Beijing Institute of Technology (Beijing, China), PUC Minas (Brazil), Sichuan University (China), University of Southern Denmark (Denmark), China University for Finance and Technology (China)

Private collaborations

- collaborations with several large companies


Establishments of affiliation