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Les particularités de la société en commandite par actions au regard des conflits d'agence

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  • Patrice Charlier

    () (LaRGE (EA 2364) Laboratoire de Recherche en Gestion et Economie - CESAG - Centre d'études des sciences appliquées à la gestion)

  • Jean-Baptiste Cartier

    () (Centre de Recherche Magellan - Université Jean Moulin - Lyon III - Institut d'Administration des Entreprises (IAE) - Lyon)

Abstract

L'objectif de cette étude est d'analyser les relations entre les gérants, les associés-commandités et les actionnaires-commanditaires de société en commandite par actions (SCA) familiales. Les relations entre ces trois catégories d'acteurs présentent des spécificités originales au regard des conflits d'agence, entre associés et dirigeants (type I), et entre actionnaires majoritaires et minoritaires (type II). Les particularités de la SCA en font un excellent cadre de gouvernance pour les entreprises familiales, notamment en raison de la dissociation entre le pouvoir et la détention du capital.

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  • Patrice Charlier & Jean-Baptiste Cartier, 2012. "Les particularités de la société en commandite par actions au regard des conflits d'agence," Post-Print halshs-00807573, HAL.
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    enracinement; conflits d'agence type I et II; société en commandite par actions; gouvernance familiale;

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