Impact des réorganisations du travail sur les performances des entreprises manufacturières. Une analyse sur données françaises 1997-1999
The aim of this paper is to study the effect of organizational changes on firm performance. We apply the statistical framework first proposed by Rubin  to identify the causal effect of reorganizations on employment, capital, value added and factor productivity. Our estimates show that reorganization exerts a positive effect on factor productivity while it has no effect on the factors themselves in terms of volume used. Reorganization would thus improve firm performance through a more efficient use of labor and capital, without requiring any increase of these production factors. Classification JEL : C25, D23, D24, L23, L60
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