Causes et mecanismes des faillites d'entreprises : une synthese bibliographique
The paper presents a comprehensive survey of the theoretical and empirical literature about corporate failure, ordered according to the different aspects and chronological stages of the failure process. Failure is seen as an inherently dynamic and multifaceted economic and social phenomenon, the final outcome of a set of weakening, inducing and worsening factors, produced by a combination of hazard and determinism, also called "organizing hazard".
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|Date of creation:||1997|
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