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Proposition d'un cadre conceptuel pour les CIFRE : illustration par deux thèses soutenues en contrôle de gestion


  • Fana Rasolofo-Distler

    () (CEREFIGE - Centre Européen de Recherche en Economie Financière et Gestion des Entreprises - UL - Université de Lorraine)

  • Cindy Zawadzki

    () (RMS - Reims Management School)


CIFRE (Industrial Contracts for Training through Research), are becoming more widely used in PhD theses in management. They propose an onthe- job practical training approach particularly suitable for research in management control. However, some researchers remain wary about the scientific validity and reliability of the results. Consequently, there is a need to clarify certain elements such as the epistemological characteristics, the procedures for training, the conditions for research, the contribution of knowledge production. This article has both an explanatory and an operational approach aimed at both PhD students and directors of research interested in the CIFRE. Two management control theses are presented to support the article.

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  • Fana Rasolofo-Distler & Cindy Zawadzki, 2011. "Proposition d'un cadre conceptuel pour les CIFRE : illustration par deux thèses soutenues en contrôle de gestion," Post-Print hal-00650563, HAL.
  • Handle: RePEc:hal:journl:hal-00650563
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    Management Control; Epistemology; Methodology; CIFRE; Contrôle de gestion; Épistémologie; Méthodologie;

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