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Vers une transversalisation des budgets : un essai d'observation et d'interprétation

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  • Fabienne Villesèque-Dubus

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The objective of this paper is to study the conception and use of budgetary systems. A survey driven with 63 manufacturing firms of the DFCG Association gave information about the diversity of budgetary pratics. This study emphasizes complementarities about the conception and use of traditional budgets and cross-functional budgets. Equally, it underlines complementarities between the use for the diagnostic control and the use for the strategic control.

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  • Fabienne Villesèque-Dubus, 2005. "Vers une transversalisation des budgets : un essai d'observation et d'interprétation," Post-Print halshs-00483762, HAL.
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    1. Simon Doucet & Olivier De La Villarmois, 2007. "Repenser le budget : la voie de l'informatique décisionnelle," Post-Print halshs-00543117, HAL.

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