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1994, volume 15, issue 4

Paying for performance: Efficiency wages and mutuality pp. 279-289 Downloads
Hilary Ingham and Steve Thompson
How do large minority shareholders wield control? pp. 291-298 Downloads
David A. Butz
An empirical analysis of the corporate control, tax and incentive motivations for adopting leveraged employee stock ownership plans pp. 299-315 Downloads
Anne Beatty
Shareholder wealth effects when an officer of one corporation joins the board of directors of another pp. 317-327 Downloads
Stuart Rosenstein and Jeffrey G. Wyatt
Firm performance and board composition: Some new evidence pp. 329-340 Downloads
Scott W. Barnhart, M. Wayne Marr and Stuart Rosenstein
Evidence on the effects of hostile and friendly tender offers on employment pp. 341-357 Downloads
Diane Kowalski Denis
Ownership structure and board composition: A multi‐country test of agency theory predictions pp. 359-368 Downloads
Jiatao Li
Managerial incentives for undertaking exchange offers pp. 369-381 Downloads
Yash P. Joshi and Anil K. Makhija
The theory of corporate takeover bids: A subgame perfect approach pp. 383-397 Downloads
Suresh Deman

1990, volume 11, issue 2

An analysis of shareholder rights plans pp. 73-86
John S. Strong and John R. Meyer
Resale price maintenance in a model of consumer search pp. 87-98
Jonathan Hamilton
Strategic groupings as competitive benchmarks for formulating future competitive strategy: A modelling approach pp. 99-109
K. Ravi Kumar, Howard Thomas and Avi Fiegenbaum
Unplanned buying and in‐store stimuli in supermarkets pp. 111-121
Russell Abratt and Stephen Donald Goodey
A model for sealed‐bid auctions with independent private value and common value components pp. 123-125
J. Richard Harrison
Competition, regulation and bribery: A further note pp. 127-130
Da‐Hsiang Donald Lien
The theory of industrial organization by Tirole, Jean. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 1988, pp. xii, 479, isbn 0–262‐20071‐6 pp. 131-139
Marius Schwartz

1988, volume 9, issue 4

Concentration ratios, strategy and performance: The case of the Norwegian telecommunications industry pp. 257-262
Kjell Grønhaug and Tor Fredriksen
Evaluating capital investment projects pp. 263-268
Moshe Ben‐Horim and Narayanaswamy Sivakumar
Production theory with profit‐constrained revenue‐maximization: The duality approach pp. 269-273
Nava Kahana and Shmuel Nitzan
Risk aversion, forward markets and the competitive labor‐managed firm under price uncertainty pp. 275-278
Leonard Wang and David C. Bowles
Costs and goals of the multiproduct firm pp. 279-281
George W. Ladd
Welfare effects from non‐linear taxation of multiproduct monopoly pp. 283-285
Brian D. Kluger
Portfolio selection in thinly traded environments—a case study pp. 287-290
Graham D. I. Barr and David J. Bradfield
Firm‐level determinants of export intensity pp. 291-300
B. B. Schlegelmilch and J. N. Crook
The pricing of electricity in South Africa: A critical assessment of the De Villiers Commission of inquiry pp. 301-309
Brian Kantor
Informational efficiency tests of quarterly macroeconometric GNP forecasts from 1976 to 1985 pp. 311-330
Fred Joutz
Decision making in the multiproduct firm: Adaptability and firm organization pp. 331-338
Lawrence J. Haber and David T. Levy

1988, volume 9, issue 1

The determinants and effects of actual, abandoned and contested mergers pp. 1-19
P. Holl and J. F. Pickering
Corporate control and management compensation: Evidence on the agency problem pp. 21-25
Edward A. Dyl
New public stock issues by seasoned and unseasoned firms: A comparative analysis in a turbulent environment—the case of israel pp. 27-34
Ran Barniv and Samuel B. Bulmash
Between markets and hierarchies: The multinational operations of Japanese general trading companies pp. 35-40
Peter Enderwick
Government subsidies and the value of the firm pp. 41-47
Sasson Bar‐Yosef and Yoram Landskroner
Competition in the brewing industry: Does further concentration imply collusion? pp. 49-58
Andrew Chalk
Risk, rent seeking and the social cost of monopoly power pp. 59-63
Joseph M. Jadlow and Janice W. Jadlow
Financial markets and the limits of regulation pp. 65-73
Richard A. Wall and Michael Gort
Investment performance of Canadian real estate stocks using sharpe's performance index: A comment pp. 75-76
Charles Cadsby
Profit maximization and marketing strategies: Demand rotation and social influences pp. 77-82
C. J. Aislabie and Clement Tisdell
The source and consequences of stop orders: A conjecture pp. 83-85
Adrian Tschoegl

1983, volume 4, issue 1

Business behaviour and management structure—1: A case study comparison of managerial initiative and control in four industrial enterprises pp. 1-15
A. L. Minkes and C. S. Nuttall
Business behaviour and management structure—2: A case study comparison of managerial initiative in four industrial enterprises pp. 16-34
A. L. Minkes and C. S. Nuttall
An iterative method for determining the internal rate of return pp. 35-39
Franklin Lowenthal
Alternative sources of technology: An analysis of induced innovations pp. 40-43
Albert Link
Theory and history in marketing pp. 44-49
Jerry Kirkpatrick
Cost‐benefit evaluation of a new technology for treatment of peptic ulcer disease pp. 50-62
Morton L. Paterson

1982, volume 3, issue 4

Efficiency and regulation: A basis for reform: 2nd annual MDE lecture, Pace University, Graduate School of Business, New York City, USA pp. 177-187
Michael A. Crew
A note on profitability as a measure of company efficiency pp. 188-193
A. T. O'Donnell and John Swales
Multinationalization in the pharmaceutical industry as a response to national health policies pp. 194-204
Günter Heiduk
Workers' co‐operatives in Denmark pp. 205-212
Donald A. R. George
Managerial considerations in evaluating the role of licensing in technological development strategies pp. 213-217
Bela Gold
New firms and employment creation pp. 218-224
P. S. Johnson and R. B. Thomas
Distribution, efficiency and incentives in organizations pp. 225-232
Felix FitzRoy
Product strategy and size of firm in the UK fertilizer market pp. 233-243
R. W. Shaw
Appropriate index number formulae for productivity measurement at the plant/organizational level pp. 244-250
Mick Silver
Vehicle safety inspection systems: How effective? pp. 251-251
Brian Summers
Industrial innovation in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States pp. 251-252
Bruce Williams

1982, volume 3, issue 3

Activity analysis with activity switching pp. 117-121
Michael J. Panik
The regulation of the UK pharmaceutical industry: A cost‐benefit analysis pp. 122-130
Keith Hartley and Alan Maynard
Innovations and market structure in West German industries pp. 131-139
M. Neumann, Ingo Böbel and A. Haid
Quantity and price controls by the firm under demand uncertainty and welfare implications pp. 140-147
Zvi Adar and Ruth Arad
The cotton weaving industry in European countries: Size of firm, static and dynamic efficiency pp. 148-156
Paolo Giuiuzza and Sergio Mariotti
Concentration, unionization and the distribution of income in Canadian manufacturing industry pp. 157-163
Abraham Hollander
Monitoring multinationals in Scotland: Some preliminary evidence on appraising corporate behaviour pp. 164-171
Neil Hood, David Stewart and Stephen Young
Monopoly in money and inflation: The case for a constitution to discipline government pp. 172-173
Roger Sandilands
Industrial location and regional systems pp. 173-175
Robert Rothschild and H. W. Armstrong
International production and the multinational enterprise pp. 175-176
Peter J. Buckley

1982, volume 3, issue 1

Production theory, uncertain prices and investment portfolios pp. 1-6
Lawrence J. Haber and Meir Statman
The firm's insurance decision. Some questions raised by the capital asset pricing model pp. 7-15
Brian G. M. Main
Management in Japanese society pp. 16-23
Kanji Asakura
Economies of scale in advertising pp. 24-29
Mark Hirschey
Reflections on the relative economic decline of the United Kingdom pp. 30-35
Gordon R. Fryers and Peter A. O'Donnell
A sensitivity analysis of expected profitability of pharmaceutical research and development pp. 36-40
Henry Grabowski and John Vernon
The bounds of entrepreneurship: Inter‐organizational relationships in the process of industrial innovation pp. 41-47
A. L. Minkes and G. R. Foxall
Opportunity costs: Their place in the theory and practice of production pp. 48-51
Oscar W. Jensen
Industry, prices and markets pp. 52-52
Ronald Savitt
Fundamentals of managerial economics pp. 52-53
W. Guy Scott
The economics of industrial organisation pp. 53-54
W. Duncan Reekie
Business economics for engineers pp. 54-55
Stephen Hill
Incomes policies, inflation and relative pay pp. 55-56
K. I. Sams
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