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Firm Growth from a Knowledge Structure Perspective

Even though there are many theories of growth of the firm, the literature has limitations in 2 interrelated aspects. Initially, empirical evidence doesn't match well theoretical predictions. Second, the organization growth literature doesn't deal with ...

Finance and Innovation System or Chaos

The current document talks about a significant part of the framework conditions for innovation in several European countries (France, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom) also Japan and the United States by way of ...

Learning and Skills in the Knowledge Economy

Knowledge and learning are widely thought to be defining options that come with the current economy. They're a focus of intense interest amongst policy makers in addition to academics. Essential recent attempts have already been ...

Production, Planning and Prices

Organizations usually do not exist because of the cost of using the price mechanism, but since they enable actions to be completed concurrently in conformity with a particular design. This concurrent co-ordination, which production demands, ...

Knowledge Management And Knowledge Workers

The last decade has witnessed an exponential growth of curiosity about organizational learning and Knowledge Management. This comes as an all natural consequence of the more and more widespread knowledge of the knowledge-based economy as ...

Shareholder-Value Maximization and Tacit Collusion

This report demonstrates that so long as the stock market has ideal foresight, some dividends are distributed, and incentives are paid more than once or are deferred, stock-related pay packages are powerful incentives for managers ...

A Process Approach to Corporate Coherence

We tackle the notion of corporate coherence. Applying observations from market-process theories, we put forward a dynamic understanding of corporate coherence as relating to the corporate capacity to strike a favorable equilibrium between the production ...

Organisational Learning in Multinationals R&D networks of Japanese and U.S. MNEs in the U.K

The institutional approach treats organisational forms and behaviour as contingent upon institutions that are durable and socially embedded and so several authors have argued that the nature and modes of operation of multinational enterprises (MNEs) ...

Innovation, Ownership and Profitability

This paper considers the relationship between innovation, ownership and profitability for a panel of manufacturing plants in Ireland and Northern Ireland. Previous literature suggests that innovators are persistently more profitable than non-innovators, but little is ...

What qualifies as a cluster theory?

Clusters are  non-random geographical agglomerations of firms with similar capabilities. This paper investigates the theoretical backgrounds of the “cluster” and proposes a framework aiming at drawing the contour of cluster theory. The profundity of the notion ...

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