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De l'entreprise moderne à l’entreprise à mission : les métamorphoses de l'objet social

Abstract : From the perspective of management theory and history, a social object legitimizes the place of a collective entity within society. With the freedom to create corporations, the notion lost its meaning. But the modern corporation replaced it by the norm of « scientific management » seen as a good driver of general welfare. Today, to oppose shareholder primacy, we need a new concept of social object, purpose or raison d’être for a corporation. Thanks to a new french law, there is a new legal foundation for creative and responsible corporations. This law opens new paths for theory, research and teaching.
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Submitted on : Wednesday, November 27, 2019 - 9:47:36 PM
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Armand Hatchuel, Blanche Segrestin. De l'entreprise moderne à l’entreprise à mission : les métamorphoses de l'objet social. Entreprise & société, Classiques Garnier, inPress, 1 (5), pp.47-62. ⟨hal-02383655⟩

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