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Mergers in imperfectly segmented markets

Baake, Pio; Wey, Christian

We present a model with firms selling (homogeneous) products in two imperfectly segmented markets (a high-demand and a low-demand market). Buyers are mobile but restricted by transportation costs, so that imperfect arbitrage occurs when prices differ in both markets. We show that equilibria are dist...

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German car buyers' willingness to pay to reduce CO2 emissions

Achtnicht, Martin

Motorised individual transport strongly contributes to global CO2 emissions, due to its intensive usage of fossil fuels. Current political efforts addressing this issue (i.e. emission performance standards in the EU) are directed towards car manufacturers. This paper focuses on the demand side. It e...

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German car buyers willingness to pay to reduce CO2 emissions

Achtnicht, Martin

Motorised individual transport strongly contributes to global CO2 emissions, due to its intensive usage of fossil fuels. Current political efforts addressing this issue (i.e. emission performance standards in the EU) are directed towards car manufacturers. This paper focuses on the demand side. It e...

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Dynamics in ownership and firm survival: evidence from corporate Germany

Heiss, Florian; Köke, Jens

This study investigates the determinants of changes in corporate ownership and firm failure, taking into account different types of sellers and buyers of control blocks. For a large panel of German corporations we find that firms are more likely to fail or to be sold when performance is poor, financ...

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Dynamics in ownership and firm survival : evidence from corporate Germany

Heiss, Florian; Köke, Jens

This study investigates the determinants of changes in corporate ownership and firm tailure, taking into account different types of sellers and buyers of control blocks. For a large panel of German corporations we find that firms are more likely to fail or to be sold when perfomance is poor, financi...

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Dynamics in Ownership and Firm Survival: Evidence from Corporate Germany

Heiss, Florian; Köke, Jens

This study investigates the determinants of changes in corporate ownership and firm failure, taking into account different types of sellers and buyers of control blocks. For a large panel of German corporations we find that firms are more likely to fail or to be sold when performance is poor, financ...

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Attitudes towards Establishing Trust, Commitment & Satisfaction in International B-2-B Relationships : A Comparative Study of Swedish Sellers and German Buyers in the Textile Industry

Bonde, Wictor; Lübken, Verena; Settergren, Martin

BackgroundGlobalization has opened up new possibilities for firms of all sizes to operate internationally. In that context, especially small- and medium sized companies often have limited resources and market power, which makes efficient relationship building with new intermediaries a key ... Repository : View repository documents , Publikationer från Högskolan i Jönköping

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