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Influence des agences de notation sur les banques : les apports de la théorie néo-institutionnelle


  • José Nadège Dongmo


Plusieurs travaux ont étudié l'impact du rating sur les entreprises notées, en se basant sur le rôle informationnel des agences de notation. La théorie néo-institutionnelle sociologique apporte un éclairage original et pertinent sur l'influence des agences de notation dans le secteur bancaire. En combinant ce cadre d'analyse à la démarche de notation et aux décisions du cadre règlementaire, cette recherche analyse le processus d'institutionnalisation de la notation dans le secteur bancaire. Elle révèle d'autres aspects de l'influence du rating sur les banques ainsi que les facteurs qui favorisent la persistance de cette influence malgré les critiques existantes au sujet des agences de rating.

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  • José Nadège Dongmo, 2011. "Influence des agences de notation sur les banques : les apports de la théorie néo-institutionnelle," Cahiers du CEREFIGE 1104, CEREFIGE (Centre Europeen de Recherche en Economie Financiere et Gestion des Entreprises), Universite de Lorraine, revised 2011.
  • Handle: RePEc:fie:wpaper:1104

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