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Les faillites d'entreprise au Canada

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  • Baldwin, John R.

Les taux de faillite sont en hausse au Canada. Pres de la moitie des faillites au Canada sont principalement attribuables a des lacunes de l'entreprise plutot qu'a des problemes qui echappent a son controle. Ces entreprises n'ont pas acquis les competences de base essentielles a leur survie. Les lacunes en matiere de gestion ainsi que le manque de debouches pour leur produit ont cause leur perte. La presente etude laisse entendre que, a tout le moins dans une large mesure, les problemes de financement de l'entreprise sont tributaires des lacunes des gestionnaires plutot que des facteurs externes associes a l'imperfection des marches financiers. De nombreux faillis ont du mal a obtenir du financement dans les marches financiers; cependant, il convient de souligner que bon nombre d'entre eux eprouvent egalement des problemes internes (par exemple, les gestionnaires meconnaissent les differentes options de financement).

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This book is provided by Statistics Canada, Division de l'analyse economique in its series Les faillites d'entreprise au Canada with number stcb1f and published in 1998.
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