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Existe-t'il une relation enter RSE/innovation ? Exploitation empirique sur données luxembourgeoises

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  • LE BAS Christian
  • POUSSING Nicolas

Dans ce papier, nous mettons en évidence l?existence d?une relation entre le fait d?être une entreprise innovante et d?adopter une démarche RSE. Trois propositions sont testées : (1) il y a une liaison directe et positive au niveau des entreprises entre un comportement d?innovation technologique et la mise en oeuvre de pratiques relevant de la RSE, (2) il y a une liaison directe et positive entre un comportement d?innovation technologique et le degré d?engagement dans la RSE. Nous utilisons des données de deux enquêtes conduites auprès d?entreprises luxembourgeoises. Les régressions logistiques indiquent que la première proposition est vérifiée, quel que soit le type d?innovation technologique, après avoir contrôlé les effets liés à la taille et à l?appartenance sectorielle. Un modèle logit multinomial ordonné valide la seconde

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Length: 18 pages
Date of creation: Jun 2010
Handle: RePEc:irs:cepswp:2010-11
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