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Une lecture hirschmanienne de la coordination : le loyalisme dans les systèmes productifs territorialisés

  • Vincent Frigant


    (GREThA - Groupe de Recherche en Economie Théorique et Appliquée - CNRS : UMR5113 - Université Montesquieu - Bordeaux IV)

L'objectif de cet article est de revenir sur les fondements de l'efficacité de la coordination interfirmes dans les systèmes productifs territorialisés (SPT). La démarche consiste à s'interroger sur la manière dont les firmes procèdent pour gérer les défaillances qui apparaissent au cours de leur relation. Si on suit le travail d'A. Hirschman, les firmes disposent de trois comportements de réaction possible lorsque survient une défaillance : faire défection, prendre la parole ou adopter un comportement loyaliste. A partir de ces trois catégories, nous montrons que les systèmes productifs territorialisés mobilisent de manière privilégiée le loyalisme. L'étude du fonctionnement du loyalisme permet alors d'identifier les modalités de l'efficacité de la coordination des relations verticales interfirmes mais aussi les mécanismes qui peuvent conduire au déclin du SPT.

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Date of creation: 2001
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Publication status: Published, Revue d'Economie Régionale et Urbaine, 2001, 5, 743-762
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