Art, entreprenariat: the creation's path[Article] by Olivia Conil Lacoste

2007-12-12

The author was part of the HEC Paris MS "Sustainable development" 2006/2007

This article aims to draw up a parallel between the artist's approach and the entrepreneur's one, exploring the relation they maintain with their creations. In this way it makes a bridge between the drivers of the artistic and the entrepreneurial action and shows how the work of art like the company are impacted by their authors' characteristics. Then it reflects on the power of emancipation and autonomy of those two creations.

Quote article  Olivia Conil Lacoste, « Art, entreprenariat: the creation's path », 12 december 2007, Alternative Management Observatory (AMO), [Article]
http://appli6.hec.fr/amo/Articles/Entry/Item/24.sls

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