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Gouvernement D'Entreprise Et Investissement En R&D : Une Etude Sur Le Sbf 250

  • Sellami Basma

    (FSEG - Université de Sfax)

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    L'objectif de cette recherche est d'analyser l'impact des caractéristiques liées à la structure de propriété et au conseil d'administration, en tant que mécanismes de gouvernance, sur l'intensité d'investissement en recherche et développement (R&D). L'étude menée sur un échantillon de 111 entreprises françaises appartenant à l'indice SBF 250 montre que la concentration de propriété et la dualité des rôles de directeur général et de président de conseil n'ont pas d'effet significatif sur l'intensité d'investissement en R&D. La taille du conseil d'administration ainsi que la proportion des administrateurs internes présents dans le conseil ont un effet positif et significatif sur l'intensité d'investissement en R&D. Cependant, la participation des administrateurs au capital a pour effet d'inciter les dirigeants à diminuer le niveau des investissements en R&D.

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