• Published 2000

concurrentiel des firmes de production cinématographique françaises au profit des firmes américaines entre 1895 et 1998. Selon ce courant, d’importants changements institutionnels entraînent des modifications des actifs stratégiques des firmes, de leurs stratégies et des facteurs stratégiques

@inproceedings{Industries2000concurrentielDF,
  title={concurrentiel des firmes de production cinématographique françaises au profit des firmes américaines entre 1895 et 1998. Selon ce courant, d’importants changements institutionnels entraînent des modifications des actifs stratégiques des firmes, de leurs stratégies et des facteurs stratégiques},
  author={Industries and Michel Ghertman and All{\`e}gre L. Hadida and Marvin B. Lieberman and Jamal Shamsie and Rodolphe Durand},
  year={2000}
}
This paper uses neo-institutional economics (I.E.) to examine why French film production firms have lost their competitive advantage to their American competitors from 1895 to 1998. I.E. posits that major institutional changes result in changes in firms’ strategic assets and strategies as well as in strategic industry factors. This causal path represents a bold shift in perspective from Industrial Organization, which considers the institutional environment as exogenous and largely beyond the… CONTINUE READING

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