Peut-on désormais parler d’engagement du distributeur dans la relation avec l’industriel ?
The relationships between large retailers and manufacturers are often perceived as conflicting, as part of a fierce struggle to get a share of value added. To extend its market power, the retailer develops a short-term vision of exchange, with no will of long-term commitment. However, the literature insists on the emergence of a new form of relational dynamics that breaks with the old ways of relationship governance. The paper examines the reality of this mutation from a field study conducted in an emerging country, and concludes with the adoption of a long-term orientation by the retailer, under a number of specific conditions.
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- Ryu, Sungmin & Park, Jeong Eun & Min, Soonhong, 2007. "Factors of determining long-term orientation in interfirm relationships," Journal of Business Research, Elsevier, vol. 60(12), pages 1225-1233, December.
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