Le modèle d'Aoki face aux modes de coordination de type soviétique et post-soviétique
AbstractThis paper is an attempt to apply the model of M. Aoki in order to get a more comprehensive vision of the « atypical » unemployment in Russia. According to Aoki? approach, three main aspects of the firm? internal organization are studied. First we insist on the continuous relation between Soviet and Post-Soviet enterprises, both of them being largely based on the decentralized principles of coordination. Second we establish a connection between external factors and coordination rules. The behaviour of the Russian firms is considered as a flexible reaction in on extremely instable environment context. Finally the motivation system which is compatible with theses labour adjustments is based on the internalization of the incentives in order to preserve the organizational knowledge.Classification JEL : P31, L2, D2
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Volume (Year): 54 (2003)
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