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Fondements Et Implications De La Diversit� Organisationnelle Au Sein Du Commerce �Quitable

  • Benjamin HUYBRECHTS
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    Cet article a pour but d'étudier le paysage organisationnel d'un secteur en pleine expansion: celui du commerce équitable. Plus particulièrement, nous cherchons à comprendre les raisons qui expliquent la diversité des formes organisationnelles des acteurs qui s'investissent dans cette filière. A cette fin, nous commençons par décomposer le concept de commerce équitable en quatre grands types de biens. Ensuite, en lien avec ces quatre types de biens, nous tentons de comprendre les facteurs d'émergence des différents acteurs de la filière. Enfin, nous étudions la répartition des r�les entre ces différents acteurs et évoquons quelques pistes quant à l'évolution de ce secteur. Nous ciblons notre analyse sur les organisations des pays � du Nord �, en illustrant notre propos par des exemples d'organisations belges. Copyright 2007 The Authors Journal compilation � CIRIEC 2007.

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    Volume (Year): 78 (2007)
    Issue (Month): 2 (06)
    Pages: 195-219

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