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La famille comme capital et risque (Family as capital and risk )

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  • Clotaire Mouloungui

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La famille est souvent une source infinie de bienfaits pour ses membres. La raison est qu’un nombre important d’avantages n’est reconnu par les autorités qu’aux membres d’une famille. De plus, chacun d’entre eux s’astreint à quelques sacrifices pour le bien de celui des leurs qui en a besoin. C’est dans cette optique que la famille est un capital (1ère partie). Il n’empêche qu’un lien de parenté ou d’alliance se révèle parfois comme un fardeau, comme un risque. Pourquoi ? D’une part, à cause de la nécessité d’assumer les agissements préjudiciables, à l’intérieur ou à l’extérieur de la famille, d’un ou plusieurs parents (2ème partie). D’autre part, parce que le lien de parenté avec certaines personnes interdit consécutivement de bénéficier de tel ou tel avantage dans l’administration ou le secteur privé (3ème partie). The family is often an infinite source of benefits for her members. The reason is that a significant number of advantages is recognized by the authorities only with the members of a family. Moreover, each one of them is compelled with some sacrifices for the good of that of their which in a need. It is accordingly that the family is a capital (1st part). The fact remains that one family tie or of alliance appears sometimes like a burden, like a risk. Why ? On the one hand, because of the need for assuming the intrigues prejudicial, inside or outside the family, of one or more parents (2nd part). In addition, because the family tie with certain people consecutively prohibits to profit from such or such advantage in the administration or the private sector (3rd part).

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  • Clotaire Mouloungui, 2003. "La famille comme capital et risque (Family as capital and risk )," Working Papers 68, Laboratoire de Recherche sur l'Industrie et l'Innovation. ULCO / Research Unit on Industry and Innovation.
  • Handle: RePEc:rii:riidoc:68
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    • M00 - Business Administration and Business Economics; Marketing; Accounting; Personnel Economics - - General - - - General

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