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La PME indépendante et performante, mythe ou réalité ? Une analyse fondée sur le phénomène des microgroupes en France.

Abstract : Microgroups are considered as a growing phénomenon but still remain insufficiently known according to their quantitative dimension and their origins too. This paper aims at studying this new mode of organisation of SMEs in a double perspective. The first section, empirically grounded, proposes a quantitative analysis of microgroups and gives a valuation of its contribution to the main French macro aggregates. The second part tries to understand the raisons d'être of these micro holding companies and, in order to reach this aim, explores the literature in management sciences and economics. Doing so, it brings some light on the mismatching between the individual strategy and the environmental constraint as far as microgroups are concerned. We conclude that a renewed analysis of the differences between SMEs and large firms may result from a deeper integration of independence beyond property rights and, finally, could contribute to a better understanding of family micro holding.
Mots-clés : PME micro-groupes
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Nadine Levratto. La PME indépendante et performante, mythe ou réalité ? Une analyse fondée sur le phénomène des microgroupes en France.. Revue Internationale PME, Editions Management et Société (EMS), 2007, 20 (2), pp.30-45. ⟨halshs-00177998⟩

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