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Pour une véritable théorie de la latitude managériale et du gouvernement des entreprises

  • Gérard Charreaux

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    (Université de Bourgogne)

Une théorie du gouvernement des entreprises est avant tout une théorie de la latitude managériale. Cet article a pour objectif de contribuer à la construction d'une théorie de la latitude managériale. Il propose en premier lieu une réflexion sur la représentation du comportement des dirigeants dans les principaux courants de la recherche sur le gouvernement des entreprises. En second lieu, il vise à revisiter la question du gouvernement des entreprises en abordant trois questions:(1) celle du lien entre système de gouvernement et stratégie personnelle des dirigeants;(2) celle de la latitude managériale optimale et (3) celle de l'évolution des systèmes de gouvernement.

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Length: 26 pages
Date of creation: Jun 1996
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Publication status: published in "Pour une véritable théorie de la latitude managériale et du gouvernement des entreprises" dans la Revue Française de Gestion, n° spécial "Le métier de dirigeant", n°111, novembre-décembre 1996, p.50-64 et repris dans G. Charreaux (Ed.) "Le gouvernement des entreprises", Economica, janvier 1997, p.471-493.
Handle: RePEc:dij:wpfarg:0960601
Note: article publié sous le titre "Pour une véritable théorie de la latitude managériale et du gouvernement des entreprises" dans la Revue Française de Gestion, n° spécial "Le métier de dirigeant", n°111, novembre-décembre 1996, p.50-64 et repris dans G. Charreaux (Ed.) "Le gouvernement des entreprises", Economica, janvier 1997, p.471-493.
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