Relationship of Property Structure and Performance of High-Tech Technology Companies
A. I. Rybalka ()
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A. I. Rybalka: Institute for Economic Forecasting, Russian Academy of Sciences
Studies on Russian Economic Development, 2020, vol. 31, issue 3, 264-270
Abstract— Based on data from high-tech companies in Eastern and Western Europe, the article analyzes the relationship between ownership structure parameters and some corporate governance factors and company performance, and examines the established patterns of ownership structure of successful companies. It is shown that at the initial stage of development of companies, the “Sole leader and like-minded people” is a more favorable model of ownership structure, and at the second stage of development, when the company becomes a large business, the “Leader Team” with a less concentrated level of ownership is a higher priority model.
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