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Japon : pistes pour l’analyse des conséquences économiques et managériales du Grand Tremblement de Terre du 11 mars 2011

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  • Serge REY
  • Jacques JAUSSAUD
  • Julien MARTINE

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Le tremblement de terre qui a frappé le Nord Est du Japon le 11 mars 2011, le tsunami qu’il a provoqué et l’accident nucléaire de Fukushima qui s’en est suivi constituent une catastrophe unique dans l’histoire du Japon contemporain. Comment en étudier en particulier les conséquences économiques et managériales ? C’est ce que cette contribution s’efforce de mettre au clair. La littérature sur les catastrophes antérieures, au Japon et ailleurs, permet de dégager des pistes pour étudier les conséquences de ce séisme. Son caractère unique, toutefois, invite à une approche spécifique, articulant diverses perspectives, économiques et managériales notamment, et différents horizons temporels.

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  • Serge REY & Jacques JAUSSAUD & Julien MARTINE, 2012. "Japon : pistes pour l’analyse des conséquences économiques et managériales du Grand Tremblement de Terre du 11 mars 2011," Working Papers 2011-2012_9, CATT - UPPA - Université de Pau et des Pays de l'Adour, revised Jun 2012.
  • Handle: RePEc:tac:wpaper:2011-2012_9
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    Japon; Catastrophe; Crise; Tremblement de terre du 11 mars 2011;

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