Modern Concepts of the Theory of the Firm: Managing Enterprises of the New Economy

Első borító
Günter Fandel, Uschi Backes-Gellner, Manfred Schlüter, Joerg E. Staufenbiel
Springer Science & Business Media, 2003. szept. 22. - 648 oldal
This volume contains the results of the International Conference on "Man aging Enterprises ofthe New Economy by Modem Concepts ofthe Theory ofthe Firm", which took place in Hagen from 12-14 December 2002. The conference was organised jointly by the FernUniversität in Hagen and the Erich-Gutenberg-Arbeitsgemeinschaft in Cologne. The Deutsche For schungsgemeinschaft, the FernUniversität and the Märkische Bank in Hagen provided generous financial support for the conference, and in fact enabled its implementation and the publication of this record of the pro ceedings. We would like to express our gratitude to the sponsors for their support. The aim of the conference was the exchange of academic experience with regard to new approaches to, and extensions of, the theory of the firm that can be used to solve the problems of New Economy companies. The starting point was the practical experience that the owners and managers of New Economy companies paid too little attention to functional company controls in the general euphoria regarding future economic trends and that because of this the enterprises got into difficulties or were faced with threats to their survival. These control deficits were detected equally in the areas of sales, production, personnel planning, organisation and finance and in the arrangement of management and control structures. Deficiencies in company evaluations and accounting led to investors experiencing se vere disappointment on the loss of their invested capital.

Részletek a könyvből

Mit mondanak mások - Írjon ismertetőt

Nem találtunk ismertetőket a szokott helyeken.

Tartalomjegyzék

Corporate Governance Large and Small Corporations Agents Principals Competitors
3
A New Management under IT Revolution in Japan
19
Marketing
31
Relative Advantages of EBusiness StartUps versus Integrated Units of BricksandMortar Companies
33
A Latent Class Examination
58
Success Factors of InternetBased Business Models
69
Managing the Transformation from the Marketing Point of View
85
Mining Product Configurator Data
110
Training Strategies and Remuneration Systems of Enterprises of the New and Old Economy Similarities and Disparities
339
A Strategic Enterprise Decision?
355
Finance
367
Some New Properties of Risk Measures
369
Discovery in the New Economy Why Entrepreneurs may not Contract with Investors
386
Japans Venture Capital Market from an Institutional Perspective
398
Structural Analysis of Multinational Network Organizations
414
Portfolio Return Characteristics of Different Industries
434

MultiChannel Management and its Impact on Customers Purchase Behavior
122
Production and Procurement
139
EBusiness in Production and Procurement Some Theoretical Perspectives
141
An Approach to Explanations of Current Trends in EBusiness Diffusion
157
Elements of the Production of Services
175
A New Approach to Analyze Product Life Cycles
190
An Analysis of Service Output Based on Production Theory
210
EBusiness and New Forms of Collaboration along the Supply Chain
222
Capabilities of the Firm and their Effect on Performance Production of Information and Communication Technology Services as an Example
238
The Transaction Costs of eProcurement
253
A ComplexityBased Approach to Production Management in the New Economy
264
Advanced Planning Systems Basics and beyond
285
Hierarchical Planning Structures in Supply Chain Management
301
Human Resource Management and Economic Organization
313
The ORing Approach to Organizational Equilibrium in an Emerging Industry
315
Valuation of Growth Companies and Growth Options
449
Shareholder Value at Risk as an Instrument of Company Valuation
474
Valuation of Intangible Assets for Financial Reporting
491
Are Stars Worth their Pay?
505
Accounting
521
A Preliminary Look at the US Internet and Biotechnology Bubbles
523
Communicating Intangible Resources for the Capital Market
552
Business Valuation in the New Economy Back to the Basics
575
New Financial Accounting Standards for the New Economy ? Some Remarks on the Ongoing Debate
590
Controlling the Assets of the New Economy and not only the New Economy
604
The Valuation of Intangibles in New Economy Firms
615
New Trends in Corporate Reporting
633
List of Contributors
643
Copyright

Más kiadások - Összes megtekintése

Gyakori szavak és kifejezések

Bibliográfiai információk