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Spécificités cognitives des conseils d’administration et performance des entreprises : Etude empirique sur les entreprises du CAC 40

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  • Houda Ghaya
  • Gilles Lambert

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L’approche contractuelle de la gouvernance a largement été le support des études menées sur le conseil d’administration (CA). Les résultats de ces recherches sont en général contradictoires et peu concluants. Malgré son apport pour expliquer les limites de l’approche dominante, peu d’études ont été réalisées pour analyser l’efficacité du CA par l’approche cognitive. L’objectif de notre étude est d’analyser l’impact des spécificités cognitives des CA des grandes entreprises françaises sur la performance. Les tests* menés sur un échantillon de vingt entreprises du CAC 40 montrent que les entreprises caractérisées par la diversité des spécificités de leurs conseils sont les plus performantes..

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  • Houda Ghaya & Gilles Lambert, 2010. "Spécificités cognitives des conseils d’administration et performance des entreprises : Etude empirique sur les entreprises du CAC 40," Working Papers of BETA 2010-24, Bureau d'Economie Théorique et Appliquée, UDS, Strasbourg.
  • Handle: RePEc:ulp:sbbeta:2010-24
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    Approche cognitive de la gouvernance; Conseil d’administration; Performance; Diversité cognitive.;

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