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La défaillance des entreprises: une revue de littérature

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  • Sami BEN JABEUR
  • Youssef FAHMI
  • Abdellatif TAGHZOUTI
  • Hicham SADOK

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Comme pour toutes les crises, la défaillance des entreprises n'est perçue comme un problème que par celles ou ceux qui en sont directement ou indirectement les victimes et qui doivent en assumer les conséquences. La défaillance n’est pas du domaine exc

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  • Sami BEN JABEUR & Youssef FAHMI & Abdellatif TAGHZOUTI & Hicham SADOK, 2014. "La défaillance des entreprises: une revue de littérature," Working Papers 2014-315, Department of Research, Ipag Business School.
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