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Firm-specific resources, financial-market development and the growth of U.S. multinationals

Susan Feinberg

Firm-specific resources, financial-market development and the growth of U.S. multinationals

by Susan Feinberg

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • International business enterprises.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSusan Feinberg, Gordon Phillips.
    SeriesNBER working paper series -- no. 9252, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 9252.
    ContributionsPhillips, Gordon M., National Bureau of Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination29, [17] p. ;
    Number of Pages29
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22443314M

    Shapiro’s Multinational Financial Management, 9 th Edition Test Bank CHAPTER 16 Corporate Strategy and Foreign Direct Investment EASY (definitional) Which of the following is likely to be a major long-run competitive advantage of a U.S. multinational? a) a decline in the real value of the U.S. dollar b) access to low-cost foreign raw materials c) its ability to quickly adapt its. 1 table of content 1 introduction 4 introduction to jewelry retail industry 5 research questions 6 methodology 6 2 theoretical background 7 strategic management 7 porter’s generic strategies 14 generic strategies and competitive analysis 19 the value chain concept 21 complementary strategic management tools

    Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and The Growth of U.S. Multinationals" 10/17/ Robert Marquez, University of Maryland "Lending Booms and Lending Standards" 10/24/ Jim Gunderson, University of Minnesota: 10/31/ Vijay Yerramilli, University of Minnesota: 11/7/ Gustavo Grullon, Rice University. We use data on the sources of debt finance of U.S. majority-owned foreign affiliates in 53 countries over the period to to examine the role of financial market development, and exposure to host country-specific risk on the financing choices of these.

    Penrose Effect, Firm Growth, Multinational Firms, Expatriates, Development of Managerial Resources, Japan. Introduction. In the seminal research book of resource-based theory, The Theory of the Growth of the Firm, Penrose () submits that a lack of managerial resources is typically the major obstacle that impedes the growth rate of a firm. At a very basic level, the global financial market links savers to investors across national boundaries by offering investors a vast array of investment products across a dazzling variety of financial markets. We can think of the financial market as consisting of the capital markets, commodities markets, and derivatives markets.


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Firm-specific resources, financial-market development and the growth of U.S. multinationals by Susan Feinberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S. Multinationals Susan Feinberg, Gordon Phillips. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in October NBER Program(s):Corporate Finance, International Trade and Investment.

We study the resource allocation decisions of U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs).Cited by: 5. Abstract. We study the resource allocation decisions of U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs). We examine how established MNCs grow across countries and how firm-specific resources and host country financial-market development influence MNC by: 5.

Downloadable. We study the resource allocation decisions of U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs). We examine how established MNCs grow across countries and how firm-specific resources and host country financial-market development influence MNC growth.

We find evidence of intra-firm trade-offs to growth in MNCs that have limited organizational capital and high R&D, and MNCs with low external. Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S. Multinationals Article in SSRN Electronic Journal November with 26 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Susan Feinberg & Gordon Phillips, "Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S. Multinationals," NBER Working PapersNational Bureau of Economic Research, Inc. Cited by: Oberhofer, Harald & Pfaffermayr, Michael, Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S.

Multinationals Susan Feinberg and Gordon Phillips National Bureau of. Multinational Firms in the World Economy Multinational enterprises (MNEs) continue to grow in importance in the world economy, not because they bridge different capital markets but for the industrial-organization reasons first identified by Hymer ().1 Es-timates from the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development.

Multinational Enterprises, International Trade, and Productivity Growth: growth in U.S. firms between and In addition, there is some evidence for import- large amounts of resources to attract foreign multinationals, on the assumption that FDI leads.

The main factors which have contributed towards the growth of multinational corporations are given below: Market Expansion: The growth of GDP and per capita income in various countries led to increasing demand for goods and ies in developed economies, explained their operations overseas to exploit the expanding markets abroad.

Get this from a library. Firm-specific resources, financial-market development and the growth of U.S. multinationals. [Susan Feinberg; Gordon M Phillips; National Bureau of Economic Research.].

Get this from a library. Firm-specific resources, financial-market development and the growth of U.S. multinationals. [Susan Feinberg; Gordon M Phillips; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- Abstract: We study the resource allocation decisions of U.S.

multinational corporations (MNCs). We examine how established MNCs grow across countries and how firm-specific resources and host. Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S. Multinationals. countries and how firm-specific resources and host country financial-market development influence.

Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S. Multinationals with Susan Feinberg: w June Is There an Optimal Industry Financial Structure. with Peter MacKay: w Published: MacKay, Peter and Gordon M. Phillips.

“How Does Industry Affect Firm Financial Structure?”. Firm-Specific Resources, Financial-Market Development and the Growth of U.S.

Multinationals NBER Working Paper No. w Number of pages: 48 Posted: 04 Oct Multinational finance is multidisciplinary in nature, while an understanding of economic theories and principles is necessary to estimate and model financial decisions, financial accounting and management accounting help in decision making in financial management at multinational level.

CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): We study the resource allocation decisions of U.S. multinational corporations (MNCs). We examine how established MNCs grow across countries and how firm-specific resources and host-country financial-market development influence MNC growth.

We find no evidence of within-firm tradeoffs to growth in MNCs with greater. This chapter explains how an understanding of multinational financial management is crucial to success in today's, and inevitably in tomorrow's, marketplace. This is unquestionably true for firms competing directly with foreign firms, such as domestic automakers in competition with foreign automakers.

Chapter 1 International Financial Markets: Basic Concepts In daily life, we nd ourselves in constant contact with internationally traded goods. If you enjoy music, you may play a U.S. manufactured CD of music by a Polish composer through a Japanese ampli er and British speakers.

You may be wearing clothing made in China or eating fruit from Size: KB. The operations of U.S. firms are largely internationally diversified; about 54% of the publicly traded U.S. firms have operations in foreign countries, and these activities represent 35% of their net income.

1 One of the benefits of international corporate diversification, often cited by managers and textbooks, is that expanding operations overseas can improve access to capital markets and Cited by: 8.

The eleventh edition of Multinational Financial Management is a comprehensive survey of the essential areas of the international financial market environment, including foreign exchange and derivative markets, risk management, and international capital markets and portfolio investment.

Designed for upper-level undergraduate and masters-level courses in international finance and management. In Figure 2, we plot the cash held by purely domestic firms (non-MNCs), the domestic cash held by U.S.

MNCs, and the foreign cash held by U.S. MNCs. Consistent with Figure 1, domestic cash held by both MNCs and non-MNCs displays growth faster than the economy, but not by a huge margin.

Cash held by non-MNCs has risen by 80% over our sample Cited by: 5.Topics covered include whether FDI makes an autonomous contribution to growth in these nations and whether or not 'spillovers' are generated by this investments.

Also covered are effects of policy intervention by governments on FDI flows and whether non-economic factors (e.g. cultural factors) might figure as determinants of location of FDI.General Overviews and Introductory Works.

Although academic journals are the most common source of new developments and information on doing business in emerging markets, classic books on the topic provide readers with a compelling view of emerging market phenomena and serve as excellent starting points for exploring the topic.