Making the Leap: Starting Your Own firm
- Capital Structure and the Financing of the Multinational Corporation: A Fractional Multiobjective Approach. Kornbluth, Jonathan S. H.; Vinso, Joseph D. // Journal of Financial & Quantitative Analysis;Jun82, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p147
Analysis of the financing decision for the MNC is far more complicated than for a domestic firm because of the additional sources of financing available, differing tax impacts, and the existence of exchange risk. Furthermore, the manager must decide to what extent optimal capital structures will...
- 'I'll wait for the movie version'. // Money Management;2/19/2015, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p36
The article discusses the history of financial planning based on the understanding of client psychology, networking, decision making and the employment of generation Y workers.
- Forced withdrawal from a country market: Managing political.. Akhter, Syed H.; Choudhry, Yusuf A. // Business Horizons;May/Jun93, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p47
Attempts to answer several questions faced by multinational corporations (MNCs). Why MNCs is susceptible to political risk; What are the influences that force firm's withdrawal from a particular market; What are the strategic considerations when a firm is forced to withdraw from a country market.
- Effective Financial Planning in the Presence of Judgmental Heuristics. Moisand, Dan // Journal of Financial Planning;Apr2000, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p130
We often take shortcuts to save time. A judgmental heuristic is a mental shortcut. Heuristics enable the mind to process complex information quickly and help us formulate our conclusions more rapidly. Unfortunately, this often results in faulty conclusions. Even worse, we are prone to believe we...
- "KNOW YOURSELF" Carved on the Temple of the Oracle of Delphi. Jenkins, Jason // Retirement Advisor;Dec2015, Vol. 16 Issue 12, p18
In this article, the author discusses the challenges faced for running a advisory business. The author highlights the importance of making decisions based upon a foundational value system and role of leaders to boost confidence and trust of clients. The author also talks about the creation of...
- The Power of Activism: ASSESSING THE IMPACT OF NGOs ON GLOBAL BUSINESS. Spar, Debora L.; La Mure, Lane T. // California Management Review;Spring2003, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p78
Recent decades have witnessed the proliferation of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and the emergence of activism across a wide variety of issue areas. On topics ranging from human rights to labor conditions, NGOs and activists represent an increasingly important constituency in a firm's...
- STRATEGIES OF ADVERTISING TRANSFERABILITY IN MULTINATIONAL MARKETING. Sheth, Jagdish N. // Current Issues & Research in Advertising;1978, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p131
Presents information on a study which examined the controversy about the strategy of multinational advertising. Attributes to increased complexity of managerial decision-making in terms of multinational advertising; Strategies for transfer of advertising; Conclusions.
- Today's global marketplace: Exploring market entry formulas. Salerno, Robert; Shapiro, Ronald // Chain Store Age Executive with Shopping Center Age;Special Issue 1993, Vol. 69 Issue 12, p25
Features the need of retailers to evaluate major issues in entering foreign markets. Marketing without partners; Leverage of acquisitions; Partnership with local businesses; Franchising arrangements; Low cost and low risk country choices; Feature on technique in entering the market of three...
- DETERMINANTS OF INTERNATIONAL ENTRY MODE CHOICE: A CASE STUDY OF A BRAZILIAN MULTINATIONAL. POLESELLO, DAIANE; AMAL, MOHAMED; HOELTGEBAUM, MARIANNE // Base;abr-jun2013, Vol. 10 Issue 2, p181
The process of decision making on the mode of entry is a complex issue in international business because of the many factors involved, and also the impact that such a decision could imply to a firm's performance in the external market. Despite the existence of several studies on the mode of...