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A key feature of recent financial business cycle theories is the existence of a two-way dynamic relation between financial factors and investment: over time firms' financial positions are affected by, and in turn affect, investment decisions. This paper investigates the dynamic interaction...
This paper examines the Chandlerian model of corporate development in the light of new data on the strategies and structures of large European firms in the post-war period. Conglomerate strategies continue to spread, but these are typically less stable than strategies of related diversification....
This paper develops a framework that distinguishes five types of organization for the vertical division of labor between manufacturing firms: market transactions, recurrent transactions, interdependent transactions, quasi-integration and formal integration. The application of this framework to...
The alignment strategies of state-owned Bulgarian newspaper enterprises are examined in light of the theoretical insights provided by adaptation and selection perspectives of organizational evolution. Building on the distinction between core and periphery, I argue that the impact of internal...
This paper offers a parsimonious theory of national institutional factors that promote or inhibit the formation of start-up firms in the USA and Japan. Three factors are proposed: the technical labor market, the venture capital market and the structure of buyer-supplier ties. Complementarities...
This paper discusses examples of scaling laws in economics and finance. It argues that these regularities in data are useful for disciplining theory formation. Estimation of the conditional predictive distribution and estimation of impulse response functions is a main goal of econometric work....
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