2 edition of Preemptive investment with resalable capacity found in the catalog.
Preemptive investment with resalable capacity
|Statement||by Lars-Hendrik Röller and Murugappa Krishnan.|
|Series||Working papers / INSEAD -- no.92/44/EP|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||43|
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Resalability increases the complexity of the incumbent's precommitment problem, but it also furnishes her with an additional source of power -- in our model, the price at which to resell : Murugappa Krishnan and Lars-Hendrick Roller. "Preemptive Investment and Resalable Capacity" (with Lars-Hendrik Röller), RAND Journal of Economics, Winterpp.
(Available online if your school subscribes to JSTOR, or similar service.) LEAD paper. Preemptive Capacity Investment under Uncertainty Beno^ t Chevalier-Roignanta, Lenos Trigeorgisb aWHU-Otto Beisheim School of Management, Burgplatz 2, Vallendar, Germany bUniversity of Cyprus, Department of Public and Business Administration, Larnakas Avenue, Nicosia, Cyprus.
Preemptive Investment with Resalable Capacity pp. Murugappa Krishnan and Lars-Hendrick Roller Rank, Stock, Order, and Epidemic Effects in the Diffusion of New Process Technologies: An Empirical Model pp.
Massoud Karshenas and Paul Stoneman Regulation of Multiagent Research and Development pp. Trond Olsen. The modeling and analysis in the paper Preemptive investment with resalable capacity book insight into the way that the ability to use less production capacity than has been built will undermine the commitment value of existing capacity.
If a commitment to full production is not possible, sinking operational costs can enable a firm to keep some preemptive advantage. Lars-Hendrik Röller, page 7 "On the Timing of Adoption of Multiproduct Technologies", (with Taekwon Kim and Mihkel M.
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More than 1, new confirmed cases got added to the total tally, since Tuesday. This article considers price formation and quantity setting of a capacity-constrained risk-neutral firm facing uncertain demand. It is shown that the optimal price of a price-setting risk-neutral monopolist decreases with demand uncertainty.
I'm honoured to provide the Foreword for Toward a Preemptive Social Enterprise, which features a cast of contributors including futurist Jake Dunagan, designer Nathan Shedroff, and science fiction author Bruce Sterling.
The book's worldwide digital release is tomorrow, 1 Augustwith hard copies available in mid-September. ***. Capacity and other forms of investment are effective entry deterring variables, partly because they are irreversible and represent preemptive commitments to the industry.
While a capacity resale market enables capacity to be shared, and can help anticompetitive behavior, the very existence of a resale market can generate an incentive for a much larger initial level. 1 The option value of delaying investment was analyzed by McDonald and Siegel ().
Dixit () discusses a firm’s entry and exit decisions under uncertainty, and Pindyck () discusses the effect of flexibility in deferring irreversible investment and capacity choice. In this article, we explore the connection between information system design and incentives for project search.
The choice of an information system affects the level of managerial slack that is generated during project implementation.
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Certification agencies have been directed to ramp up capacity to issue certificates expeditiously. The Capacity of an Equity Strategy Defining and Estimating the Capacity of a Quantitative Equity Strategy investment management standpoint, closing a strategy preserves its ability to deliver value added (alpha).
1 From a marketing standpoint, closing a strategy improves the firm’s brand by reinforcing the firm’s integrity in the eyes. A holdback strategy will undermine the commitment value of existing capacity.
• Sinking operational costs enables a firm to keep some preemptive advantage. • Existence of fixed costs can result in either no equilibrium or multiple equilibria.
• Innovative integration of capacity strategy and the well-known (s, S) inventory policy. Cross-supplies describe the phenomenon that two or more firms in the same industry supply each other with their final products.
A prominent example is the cooperation in the European flat-glass industry, which was recently criticized by the European Commission.
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