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L'approche par les ressources et les compétences en tant que théorie de la firme : apports, limites et aménagements nécessaires

  • Ghozzi, Houda
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    Alors que l’approche par les ressources et les compétences est apparue au départ en tant que théorie de l’avantage concurrentiel, elle a rapidement étendu son champ de compétences à la question des frontières de la firme. Prenant essentiellement ancrage dans les faiblesses de la théorie des coûts de transaction, elle apparaît désormais comme un rival de taille. Toutefois, les apports de l’approche par les ressources et les compétences à la problématique du choix entre « produire ou acheter » sont multiples et une revue de ces apports semble encore manquante. Cet article a donc pour principale ambition de proposer une synthèse des apports tant conceptuels qu’empiriques. Cette revue de la littérature permettra de déterminer dans quelle mesure cette approche parvient à mettre en place un paramétrage abouti du choix entre « produire ou acheter », et de souligner certaines limites la freinant encore dans une pareille entreprise.

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