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Herrmann Andrea M. (EN).

Herrmann Andrea M. If different economies are characterized by distinct institutional arrangements, successful firms would be those that exploit the related comparative advantages and specialize in the s facilitated by national institutions.

Author: Andrea M. Herrmann. If different economies are characterized by distinct institutional arrangements, successful firms would be those that exploit the related comparative advantages and specialize in the competitive strategies facilitated by national institutions.

If different economies are characterized by distinct institutional arrangements - successful firms would be the ones that exploit .

If different economies are characterized by distinct institutional arrangements - successful firms would be the ones that exploit their comparative advantages and specialize in the competitive strategies facilitated by national institutions. The book begins with an assessment of how many pharmaceutical firms in Germany, Italy, and the UK pursue strategies facilitated by national institutions governing financial markets, antitrust activities, and the labour market

Автор: Herrmann, Andrea M. Название: One Political Economy, One Competitive Strategy? .

Описание: In A Political Economy of American Hegemony, Thomas Oatley explores how America's military buildups have produced postwar economic booms that have culminated in monetary and financial crises.

Comparing Pharmaceutical Firms in Germany, Italy, and the .

The book addresses this question and illustrates that firms do not necessarily exploit comparative institutional advantages, but that they can also circumvent institutional constraints.

ISBN: 0199543437 Subject(s): Pharmaceutical industry %Germany Pharmaceutical industry %Italy Year: 2008.

One political economy, one competitive strategy ? : comparing pharmaceutical firms in Germany, Italy and the UK /. by Herrmann, Andrea . ISBN: 0199543437 Subject(s): Pharmaceutical industry %Germany. Pharmaceutical industry %Great Britain. Pharmaceutical industry %Italy Year: 2008. Tags from this library: No tags from this library for this title.

Andrea Monika Herrmann received her PhD in Political Economy from the Department of Political and Social Sciences at the European University Institute (Florence) in November 2006. Since 2008, she is an Assistant Professor in the Innovation Studies Group at the University of Utrecht.

Herrmann, Andrea M. Quantity in stock: . It examines pharmaceutical firms in Germany, Italy, and the UK. Quantity in stock: 2. € 10. 3. FREE delivery worldwide! Description for One Political Economy, One Competitive Strategy? Hardcover. Num Pages: 222 pages, numerous tables. BIC Classification: KCP; KJ; KJC; KNDP.

UK pursue strategies facilitated by national institutions governing the financial markets, antitrust activities, and the labour.

One Political Economy, One Competitive Strategy? begins with an assessment of how many pharmaceutical firms in Germany, Italy, and the UK pursue strategies facilitated by national institutions governing the financial markets, antitrust activities, and the labour market. Quantitative analyses reveal that deviant firms, competing through institutionally unsupported strategies, outnumber conforming firms by far. Not only does this finding run counter to the expectations of the competitiveness literature, it brings up a whole new line of inquiry.

This book examines how firms adapt to the pressures of increasing international competition by testing the arguments on "strategy specialization" proposed in the competitiveness literature in general, and by contributors to the "varieties of capitalism" debate in particular. If different economies are characterized by distinct institutional arrangements, successful firms would be those that exploit the related comparative advantages and specialize in the competitive strategies facilitated by national institutions.One Political Economy, One Competitive Strategy? begins with an assessment of how many pharmaceutical firms in Germany, Italy, and the UK pursue strategies facilitated by national institutions governing the financial markets, antitrust activities, and the labor market. Quantitative analyses reveal that deviant firms, competing through institutionally unsupported strategies, outnumber conforming firms by far. Not only does this finding run counter to the expectations of the competitiveness literature, it brings up a whole new line of inquiry. How can firms compete through strategies that are not supported by national institutions? The book addresses this question and illustrates that firms do not necessarily exploit comparative institutional advantages, but that they can also circumvent institutional constraints. International markets and individual collaboration on a contractual basis allow firms to compete despite comparative institutional disadvantages. These findings suggest that trade liberalization does not lead to strategy specialization but to strategy diversification, depending on the inventiveness of entrepreneurs to develop individual approaches to compete.