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Theorie Institutionnelle Et Adoption De Normes Comptables Internationalement Reconnues : Etude De Trois Cas Français Sur La Periode 1989 - 1993

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  • Philippe Touron

    (département comptabilité-controle - Edhec)

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    Plusieurs chercheurs utilisent la théorie néoinstitutionnalime en théorie des organisations (Meyer et Rowan, 1977 ; Dimaggio et Powell, 1983, Mézias, 1995). Le papier a deux objectifs : expliquer les décisions de mise en conformité des politiques comptables avec les GAAP reconnus sur le plan international et identifier les rôles respectifs des trois types d'isomorphisme (coercitif, normatif et mimétique). La méthode mise en oeuvre s'inspire de Miles et Huberman (1994) et est appliquée à trois études trois cas : Aérospatiale (1989), Usinor (1991) et Coflexip (1993).

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    Date of creation: May 2002
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    Publication status: Published - Presented, Technologie et management de l'information : enjeux et impacts dans la comptabilité, le contrôle et l'audit, 2002, France
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    Keywords: Décision comptable; normes comptables reconnues sur le plan international; théorie de l'agence; théories néo-institutionnelles; études de cas;

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