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Vers de nouvelles configurations productives: les entreprises globales

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  • Bernard Guilhon

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[eng] Towards new productive shapes: the global firms - The aim of this paper is to analyze the firms' globalization process from the point of view of organization. In this line, the notion of global commodity chains points out the organizational transformations seen in practices in which outsourcing is proéminent. The cross-border-production-networks are the organisational design convenient to divided value chains. These latter are subject to a shifting process of the added value to the intemediary products. [fre] L'article a pour but d'analyser le processus de globalisation des entreprises sous l'angle de l'organisation. Dans cette perspective, la notion de chaînes globales de produits permet de mettre en évidence des transformations organisationnelles repérables dans des pratiques privilégiant l'outsourcing. Les réseaux de production trans-frontières sont la forme organisationnelle adaptée à des chaînes de valeur segmentées, soumises à un processus de relocalisation de la valeur ajoutée dans les produits intermédiaires.

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  • Bernard Guilhon, 2001. "Vers de nouvelles configurations productives: les entreprises globales," Économie rurale, Programme National Persée, vol. 264(1), pages 7-15.
  • Handle: RePEc:prs:recoru:ecoru_0013-0559_2001_num_264_1_5252
    Note: DOI:10.3406/ecoru.2001.5252
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