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L'externalisation dans le système de santé français : éléments d'explication d'un tabou


  • Bertrand Pauget

    (IREBS - Institut de recherche de l'European Business School - EBS Paris - European Business School Paris)

  • Mathieu Cabrol

    (IREGE - Institut de Recherche en Gestion et en Economie - USMB [Université de Savoie] [Université de Chambéry] - Université Savoie Mont Blanc)

  • Jérome Lartigau

    (Chercheur indépendant)


Using an exploratory study, we try to understand why the outsourcing is little used among french hostpitals. We show that if the actors have nothing against the ousourcing process, it can be linked to the concept of sacrality. It can break their conception of the sacrality causing some difficult situations for the health professionals.

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  • Bertrand Pauget & Mathieu Cabrol & Jérome Lartigau, 2012. "L'externalisation dans le système de santé français : éléments d'explication d'un tabou," Post-Print hal-00951617, HAL.
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