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Aux origines de la Stakeholder Theory:1916-1950

  • Samuel Mercier

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    (Université de Bourgogne)

(VF)Cet article vise à démontrer l’ancienneté des débats académiques portant sur le rôle de l’entreprise en société. Les premières réflexions organisées autour du concept de Stakeholder semblent commencer avec la publication de l’ouvrage majeur de Freeman (1984). Pourtant, ce dernier reconnaît lui-même qu’il n’est pas l’inventeur d’une notion apparue bien avant. Ainsi, la théorie des parties prenantes apparaît, de manière explicite, au début des années 1960 et est ancrée en management stratégique.Ces considérations ne sont pourtant pas apparues ex-nihilo. Elles s’encastrent dans un contexte économique et juridique préexistant, propice à faire apparaître des controverses fondamentales sur la propriété et les objectifs de l’entreprise. Nous explorons les origines implicites de la théorie des parties prenantes et montrons qu’elles se recoupent très largement avec celles de la RSE.

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