Comment les coopératives de travail gèrent-elles les tensions?

Luc Audebrand est professeur à l’Université de Laval (Québec). Ses recherches portent sur la gestion des tensions dans les coopératives de travail et, dans cet article intitulé « Expanding the scope of paradox scholarship on social enterprise: the case for (re)introducing worker cooperatives » (anglais uniquement), il décrit les principales tensions dans les coopératives de travail et la manière dont elles sont gérées.

 

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Expanding the scope of paradox scholarship on social enterprise: the case for (re)introducing worker cooperatives


 About the author:

Luc Audebrand is an associate professor in the Faculty of Business Administration (FSA ULaval) at Université Laval (Québec City, Canada) and holder of a Chair in Educational Leadership in Social Engagement. He holds a PhD in business administration from HEC Montréal (Canada). His research interests include the management of paradoxes in alternative organizations, the role of volunteering and philanthropy in modern societies, the governance of alternative organizations, and the strategies for teaching about alternative to capitalism in business schools. He has published articles in various journals such as Academy of Management Learning & Education, Journal of Business Ethics, Systèmes d’information et Management and Journal of Management Education.

Mail: luc.audebrand@fsa.ulaval.ca