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Le droit, une logistique normative : Au confluent du droit et de la gestion

Abstract : Law, a Normative Logistic: at the Confluence between Law and Management The logistics can widely be seen today as a managerial approach aiming at the optimization of the resource flows within an organization. Yet, several factors and combined processes invite to identify a three-way development of normative logistics. Firstly, logistics applied to the legal rules area can be conceptualize through literature grouped under the label “law and management”, which tends to present Law as a resource serving the organisation’s performance and strategy. Secondly, logistics applied to the legal rule is recognizable through the managerial turn taken by Law, a turn which results in revealing the latter as a technique of management and optimization of the economical and social flows. Thirdly, logistics of the legal rules themselves succeeds in closing the managerial loop borrowed by the Law, because the legal normative resources are the subject of logistic treatments aiming at the regulation and management of the normative flow.
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Emeric Nicolas. Le droit, une logistique normative : Au confluent du droit et de la gestion. La Revue des Sciences de Gestion, 2017, 2 (284), pp.71-82. ⟨hal-02958418⟩



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