Les facteurs de l’échec entrepreneurial des PME marocaines : une étude exploratoire

Abstract : The entrepreneurial failure of SMEs involves considerable socioeconomic consequences. However, entrepreneurship literature has particularly focused on the success factors of SMEs without further highlighting the multiple factors of their failure. By adopting a multidimensional perspective of entrepreneurial failure, the objective of this article is to contribute to the study of this phenomenon in the Moroccan context. We conducted a qualitative analysis of academic studies and public and private surveys, in order to explore and contextualize the factors of the entrepreneurial failure of Moroccan SMEs. The results reveal that the essential determinants of the entrepreneurial failure of the Moroccan SMEs are its organizational and managerial specificities, the profile of the Moroccan entrepreneur and the constraints imposed by its macroeconomic environment reflected by the global economic situation, the industry conditions, the institutional environment and the access to external financial resources.
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Noureddine El Manzani, Amina Asli, Younès El Manzani. Les facteurs de l’échec entrepreneurial des PME marocaines : une étude exploratoire. Marché et Organisations, L'Harmattan, 2018, 2018/3 (33), pp.105-144. ⟨10.3917/maorg.033.0105⟩. ⟨hal-02042678⟩

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