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La Structure De Propriété Et L'Innovation : Étude Empirique Dans Le Contexte Tunisien


  • Jamel Chouaibi

    (FSEG - University of Sfax, Tunisia)

  • Habib Affes

    (CREM - Faculté des Sciences Economiques et de Gestion - SFAX)

  • Younes Boujelbene

    (ISA - Faculté des sciences de Sfax)


The objective of this paper consists in examining the impact of ownership structure on the innovation level firms. The theoretical framework proposed in this research is based on the cognitive of government corporate current. Our idea according to which the industrial CEO who hold a share in the capital and who have a formation in the field of the ingenerate could help us to examine the cognitive contribution of the shareholder. This reflexion is similar for an individual or institutional shareholder and this by examining their engagement. The whole of the results, carried out on a sample of 95 Tunisian industrial firms, tends to show a significant impact of the ownership structure on the policy of innovation.

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  • Jamel Chouaibi & Habib Affes & Younes Boujelbene, 2010. "La Structure De Propriété Et L'Innovation : Étude Empirique Dans Le Contexte Tunisien," Post-Print hal-00484256, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00484256
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