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L’Economie Circulaire : Quelles Mesures De La Performance Economique, Environnementale Et Sociale

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  • Dominique BONET FERNANDEZ
  • Isabelle PETIT
  • Agnès LANCINI

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L’économie circulaire (EC) est un nouveau modèle économique conciliant économie et préservation de l’environnement dans une approche sociale. La recherche vise à identifier, les indicateurs d’impact notamment sociétaux, en cours de définition, qui pourrai

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  • Dominique BONET FERNANDEZ & Isabelle PETIT & Agnès LANCINI, 2014. "L’Economie Circulaire : Quelles Mesures De La Performance Economique, Environnementale Et Sociale," Working Papers 2014-232, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
  • Handle: RePEc:ipg:wpaper:2014-232
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    Economie circulaire; performance; performance sociétale; indicateurs;

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