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Une pratique innovante pour le management stratégique des réseaux touristiques : l’assemblage dynamique des chaînes logistiques

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  • Frédéric Pellegrin-Romeggio
  • Dorota Leszczyńska

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Le tourisme est souvent considéré comme un facteur essentiel de développement économique. Les travaux de recherche décrivent généralement l’industrie touristique sous la forme de différentes chaînes logistiques créées à partir de réseaux centrés plus im

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  • Frédéric Pellegrin-Romeggio & Dorota Leszczyńska, 2014. "Une pratique innovante pour le management stratégique des réseaux touristiques : l’assemblage dynamique des chaînes logistiques," Working Papers 2014-271, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
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    assemblage dynamique; chaîne logistique touristique; réseau; stratégie; voyage.;

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