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la responsabilité globale des entreprises du service public marchand : vers un élargissement de la notion de responsabilité sociale et environnementale



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  • Marc-Hubert DEPRET

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Ce document cherche à identifier les pratiques responsables des services publics marchands (SPM), prémisses d’une responsabilité plus « globale » des entreprises (au sens plus large du terme). Ces entreprises du SPM, qui ont eu l’habitude de gérer des conflits contradictoires entre leurs missions de service public et leurs impératifs de rentabilité, développent aujourd’hui des solutions innovantes pour coordonner les intérêts divergents de leurs parties prenantes. Cet article met ainsi en évidence l’existence d’une autre conception de la RSE (responsabilité sociale et environnementale de l’entreprise) relativement peu (voire pas du tout) traitée par la littérature étudiant cette question " This paper tries to identify French for-profit public services’ sustainable business strategies which could lead to a “global” responsibility (i.e. an economical, social and environmental responsibility). These organizations have always managed contradictory aims between their public missions and their profitability. They try to develop new solutions in order to coordinate the contradictory objectives of their stakeholders. This paper highlights the existence of another conception of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR).

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  • Céline MERLIN-BROGNIART1 & Marc-Hubert DEPRET, 2010. "la responsabilité globale des entreprises du service public marchand : vers un élargissement de la notion de responsabilité sociale et environnementale," Working Papers 14, Réseau de Recherche sur l’Innovation. / Research Network on Innovation.
  • Handle: RePEc:rii:rridoc:14

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    public sector; enterprise; social; environmental responsability;

    JEL classification:

    • H00 - Public Economics - - General - - - General
    • Q50 - Agricultural and Natural Resource Economics; Environmental and Ecological Economics - - Environmental Economics - - - General

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