by Economic Research Center, Faculty of Economics, Nagoya University in Nagoya, Japan .
Written in English
Bibliography: leaves 28-29.
|Statement||by Yvon Gasse.|
|Series||International economic conflict discussion paper ;, no. 12|
|LC Classifications||HD2341 .G28 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||29 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||29|
|LC Control Number||84172792|
Mergers and Acquisitions in Tech, Media and Telecom harting a well-defined integration strategy Introduction As the pace of technological innovation quickens, mergers and acquisitions can provide a fast track for accelerating product roadmaps, gaining access to new technologies and markets, and fending off competitors from both. It fills a gap in the established literature on technological capability, which has neglected the small-scale sector in spite of the important role it plays in employment generation. The author develops a methodology for a quantitative assessment of the learning process, using case material from the small-scale capital goods sector in Pakistan. The contribution of new technology to economic growth can only be realized when and if the new technology is widely diffused and used. Diffusion itself results from a series of individual decisions to begin using the new technology, decisions which are often the result of a comparison of the uncertain benefits of the new invention with the. The technology acquisition process adopted by a company is dependent on the constraints imposing on the firm; such as cost, time and risk, the firm’s absorptive capacity and the level of In high-tech firms, an increase in the number of new products and the pressure to achieve short product development cycles, as well as the requirement.
This book identifies action steps for small and medium-sized manufacturers--the "seed corn" of business start-up and development--to improve supply chain management. The book examines supply chain models from consultant firms, universities, manufacturers, and associations. firms trigger changes and in this way help develop the productive powers of a country. They change the competition in markets and force other firms to adjust or lose market shares and, finally, to exit the market. Schumpeterian firms make up only a small number of total firms. Other, i.e. normal, firms . is also supported by a research done on small businesses in the United States by Dr. Charles Ou in June , which indicated that U.S. small businesses numbered 23 million in , and it employed about half of the private sector work force, and also produces about half of the nation’s private sector output. The average cost of rent for physical filing space is about “6 percent of revenue for small and medium firms, and 5 percent at large firms” (Welsh, , p). Organizations that use paper-based processes also face security risks due to paper documents that have (a) been lost, (b) been damaged, (c) been misfiled, or (d) fallen into the.
In India small and medium business enterprises are faced with challenges like unavailability of raw materials, lack of improved technology, unstable government policies, lack of skilled work force. The Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) has been found to be playing crucial roles in Kenya‟s economy. In the industrial development of any country,the backbone of . Acquisitions for Small and Medium Companies -- A Thoughtful Analysis from the Viewpoint of Challenges of Changes Md. Abdur Raquib *, Md. Pauzi Bin Musif** and Musthafa Bin Mohamed*** （received May ; accepted February ） The challenges in the new millennium appears to be threatening to many small and. Empirical summary Empirical studies of acquisitions of small technology-based firms (STBFs) by large technology-based firms (LTBFs), reported in sections and , show among other things that: Case study - The market for corporate control involving such acquisitions is mainly a seller's market, characterized by monopolistic power.