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Les Communautés Locales Démunies au cœur des Stratégies BoP

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  • Marielle Audrey Payaud

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Cette proposition de communication a pour objectif de présenter une contribution possible du management stratégique à la réduction de la pauvreté via les stratégies BoP. Ce projet rappelle dans un premier temps quelles sont les caractéristiques principales de ces stratégies, leur position dans le paysage très diversifié et hétérogène des pratiques de responsabilité sociale de l'entreprise et enfin nous rappellerons les appuis théoriques qui soutendent l'implication des communautés locales. Dans une seconde partie, nous verrons comment, par essence, ces stratégies intègrent les communautés locales.

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  • Marielle Audrey Payaud, 2012. "Les Communautés Locales Démunies au cœur des Stratégies BoP," Post-Print halshs-00690251, HAL.
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    BoP; communautés locales; Perroux; Sen;

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