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Les Parcs Fournisseurs : Entre Marche Et Hierarchie

  • Sonia Adam-Ledunois

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    (NIMEC - Normandie Innovation Marché Entreprise Consommation - Université de Rouen - Université de Caen)

  • Sophie Renault

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    (VALLOREM - VAL de Loire REcherche en Management - IAE Orléans - IAE Tours)

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    Sur un Parc Industriel Fournisseurs, constructeur et fournisseurs nouent des relations qui s'inscrivent dans la durée et engagent des actifs spécifiques. De telles relations matérialisent parfaitement ce que Williamson appelle les formes hybrides, formes de coordination intermédiaires entre marché et hiérarchie. Cet article se propose d'étudier les processus de gouvernance des formes hybrides sous l'angle de leur stabilité. Dans cette perspective, les principales caractéristiques du cas Renault Sandouville seront confrontées à l'approche proposée par la théorie des coûts de transaction. Sur la base d'observations empiriques, nous tenterons ainsi d'éclairer certaines zones d'ombre laissées par ce courant théorique. En effet, les relations contractuelles de long terme, si elles maintiennent la flexibilité en préservant l'autonomie des parties, exigent des éléments de coordination supplémentaires et spécifiques à la transaction.

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    Date of creation: 2002
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    Publication status: Published, Marché(s) et Hiérarchie(s) 10èmes rencontres "Histoire, Gestion, Organisation", Presses Universitaires de Toulouse 1 en Sciences Sociales (PUSS) (Ed.), 2002, pp. 359-369
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    1. Olivier Boissin, 1999. "La construction des actifs spécifiques : une analyse critique de la théorie des coûts de transaction," Revue d'Économie Industrielle, Programme National Persée, vol. 90(1), pages 7-24.
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