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La théorie de la performance juridique : une application aux stock-options et aux attributions gratuites d’actions

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  • Massart, Thibaut

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  • Perdrizot-Renault, Julien

Abstract

Today’s unstable and unpredictable world, from a financial and a legal point of view, creates a new requirement, the performance. In this context, the company’s legal performance refers to its ability of develop legal resources and to connect it to other resources to reach its goals, especially strategic aims. Through our work, we attempt to extend this theory to individuals and to illustrate its contributions through an application to the stock-options and the free share awards legal schemes. Based on the assumption that the Law constitutes a tool for performance, we see the legal performance as the expression of the companies and individuals’ ability to secure and optimize their legal resources, capabilities and opportunities, in order to satisfy their strategic goals. Then, we convey the idea of a legal performance throughout two cumulative criteria: the legal certainty and the legal optimization.

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  • Perdrizot-Renault, Julien, 2013. "La théorie de la performance juridique : une application aux stock-options et aux attributions gratuites d’actions," Economics Thesis from University Paris Dauphine, Paris Dauphine University, number 123456789/13652 edited by Massart, Thibaut, March.
  • Handle: RePEc:dau:thesis:123456789/13652
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