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REDUIRE LES EXTERNALITES ET LES DYSFONCTIONNEMENTS PAR LA GOUVERNANCE INTERORGANISATIONNELLE : LE CAS DE LA RELATION DU HANDICAP A LA PROFESSIONNALISATION

Abstract : Disability is considered to be an impairment of an individual's ability to limit his / her activities or opportunities for participation. Disability therefore constitutes a negative externality leading to regulatory policies. However, these regulations, which mainly take into account a societal compensation project, have the effect of offering transfer income, keeping people with disabilities away from employment. The question of potentially lost value then arises in a dysfunctional problem, that of non-work. The case governance analysis we propose demonstrates that a complex and inter-organizational integration process leads to the inclusion of people with disabilities, and makes them more economically and socially independent. Governance here includes particular elements that reconcile the commercial and industrial requirements of a globalized market with situations of disability. We are therefore in a strong sense of the concept of corporate social and societal responsibility.
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Manuel Garcia, Miguel Delattre. REDUIRE LES EXTERNALITES ET LES DYSFONCTIONNEMENTS PAR LA GOUVERNANCE INTERORGANISATIONNELLE : LE CAS DE LA RELATION DU HANDICAP A LA PROFESSIONNALISATION. Colloque ADERSE 2019 Ethique, Gouvernance et RSE, Mar 2019, AIX EN PROVENCE, France. ⟨halshs-02136655⟩

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