Die Bedeutung interner Kapitalmärkte für die Organisationsform von Unternehmen

Contemporary financial economics has broken new grounds when considering that firms typically have not only a single investment opportunity available conducted by a single manager. A Firm has in fact several projects where headquarters delegates the undertaking to project managers. From this perspective, what conclusions can be drawn regarding the functioning of capital markets? What role do internal capital markets play? What consequences does it have for the borders of a firm?

16. January 2006

Authors Diemo Dietrich

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