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Une théorie englobante de l’entreprise pour une fécondité interprétative

Abstract : Strategy and management research borrows largely from the theories of the firm derived from economics. These theories favour various aspects of contracts, transactions, and competence. Whilst these aspects are undeniably important, such readings cannot completely explain the emergence and construction of organisations or, more generally, collective action. The Project-Based Theory of organisations that we present in this paper is not aimed directly at criticising or rejecting them, provided that one accepts their specific area of validity. Rather, it proposes adopting an all-encompassing theoretical stance that has the interpretive fertility necessary to address business and management issues.
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Jean-Pierre Bréchet, Alain Desreumaux. Une théorie englobante de l’entreprise pour une fécondité interprétative. Revue Française de Gestion, Lavoisier, 2019, 45 (285), pp.59-71. ⟨10.3166/rfg.2019.00393⟩. ⟨hal-03142694⟩

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