Shipbuilding in the United Kingdom A History of the British Shipbuilders Corporation
The Rural Enterprise Economy
Intellectual Property in Russia
Economics and Management in the Biopharmaceutical Industry in the USA Evolution and Strategic Change
By Hugh Murphy
August 01, 2022
Shipbuilding in the United Kingdom provides a systematic historical account of the British Shipbuilders Corporation, first looking at this major industry under private enterprise, then under state control, and finally back in private hands. The chapters trace the evolution of public policy ...
By Julia Koralun-Bereźnicka, Dawid Szramowski
December 31, 2021
This book is a research monograph addressed to a wide range of academics interested in corporate short-term capital. The study shows the role of trade credit in the functioning of economic entities. It constitutes a comprehensive source of knowledge about the role of trade credit in the development...
By Birgit Leick, Susanne Gretzinger, Teemu Makkonen
October 28, 2021
Enterprises located in rural regions face various challenges in the globalised and digitised world. This book offers comprehensive answers to the question of what makes up the rural enterprise economy in the contemporary business world. It addresses the competitiveness and viability, strategic ...
By Andrés Solimano
October 01, 2021
The Evolution of Contemporary Arts Markets looks at the historical evolution of the art market from the 15th century to the present day. Art is both an expression of human creativity and an object of economic value and financial refuge at times of economic turbulence. Historically, the art market ...
By Natalia M. Udalova, Anna S. Vlasova
July 29, 2021
Intellectual property rights are essential for a firm’s competitive edge and success and form the significant assets for many firms. The authors of this book argue that intellectual property is a complex phenomenon, which inevitably requires a combination of both economic and legal considerations, ...
By Mateusz Machaj
July 15, 2021
Neoclassical economics has been criticized from various angles by orthodox schools. The same can be said about its particular branch: the theory of the firm. This book demonstrates how a successful theory of the firm can be presented without flawed notions of a neoclassical framework and used to ...
By Rachel Kim
December 03, 2018
From a managerial perspective, the biopharmaceutical industry represents a competitive, fast-changing, intellectually-powered, innovation-driven sector. Many management scholars have studied this discontinuous era to make sense of strategic behavior and the cognition of firms and top managers. A ...
By Beena Saraswathy
October 19, 2017
Consolidation activities such as mergers and acquisitions (M&As) have been one of the major strategies adopted by Indian firms to withstand global competition. M&As experienced a substantial increase in value and volume during the post-liberalization era, facilitated by the presence of ...
By Susmita Dasgupta
June 22, 2017
Steel is the foundational material of modern civilization and constitutes the core of industry, and yet, it is overproduced across the world. This supply glut is reducing margins and turning steel into a sunset industry. Steel consumes as much as four times the amount of raw materials as its ...
By Luca Lambertini
April 26, 2017
The separation between ownership and control has become common practice over the last century, in most medium and large firms across the world. Throughout the twentieth century, the theory of the firm and the theory of industrial organization developed parallel and complementary views on managerial...