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  • An explanation of firms’ internationalisation modes, blending firm heterogeneity and spatial agglomeration : microevidence from Italy
  • Firm ; Firm strategy ; Internationalization ; Italy ; Productivity
  • This paper uses a large sample of Italian manufacturing firms over the period 2004–06, to investigate whether localisation economies and related variety affect firms’ internationalisation choices. The results show that the higher the firm’s
  • productivity level, the higher the probability it will engage in more complex modes of internationalisation and that localisation economies and related variety positively affect export but not the firm’s multinational strategy.
  • Human capital in firms and regions : impact on firm productivity
  • Educational level ; Firm ; Producer services ; Productivity ; Professional qualification ; Sweden
  • This paper analyses the importance of human capital for firm productivity and makes a clear distinction between the role of human capital inside and outside of the firm. A multilevel model is used for the business service sector in Sweden
  • controlling for heterogeneity across the industry and municipal level. Human capital in firms in terms of education, experience, and cognitive skills and the firm's overall access to human capital has a positive impact on firm productivity. In addition, firm
  • attributes explain the largest proportion of firm productivity variance.
  • Les firmes agro-alimentaires et la nouvelle crise de l'agriculture.
  • Agro-industrie ; Algérie ; Colombie ; Dépendance alimentaire ; Entreprise multinationale ; Firme Nestlé ; Firme Onalait ; Géographie humaine ; Industrie agro-alimentaire ; Politique agricole ; Produit laitier
  • Etude générale sur les entreprises agro-alimentaires. Deux exemples sont analysés: la firme Nestlé en Colombie et la firme Onalait en Algérie.
  • Management centers and internationalization of firms in the Netherlands
  • Centralité ; Domination ; Entreprise multinationale ; Firme ; Géographie de l'Europe ; Internationalisation du capital ; Pays-Bas ; Pouvoir économique ; Tertiaire supérieur
  • Localisation des sièges sociaux des firmes non industrielles selon le degré d'internationalisation de leurs capitaux. Evaluation de certaines fonctions urbaines dites centrales.
  • New firm formation in the Netherlands in New firms and regional development in Europe.
  • Urban dynamics and the new firm: the position of Amsterdam in the Northern rimcity in New firms and regional development in Europe.
  • New international labour markets : the case of professional and managerial labour migration within large chartered accountancy firms
  • Emploi ; Entreprise ; Entreprise multinationale ; Entreprise transnationale ; Firme ; Internationalisation ; Mobilité de l'emploi ; Royaume-Uni ; Service ; Services aux entreprises ; Services financiers
  • Employment ; Enterprise;Firm ; Financial service ; Firm ; Internationalization ; Labour mobility ; Multinational firm ; Producer services ; Service ; Transnational corporation ; United Kingdom
  • Etude de la mobilité des professionnels et directeurs des grandes entreprises financières à l'intérieur du Royaume-Uni et à l'étranger. Les causes et les conséquences de ces détachements sur l'optimisation des firmes.
  • Les firmes roumaines. Actionnariat et performance dans la post-privatisation
  • Actionnariat ; Emploi ; Entreprise ; Firme ; Privatisation ; Productivité ; Roumanie
  • Employment ; Enterprise ; Firm ; Privatisation ; Productivity ; Romania
  • Qui contrôle les grandes entreprises roumaines ? : des formes de propriété variées, le poids des différentes formes de propriété : une privatisation inachevée ? Actionnariat, comportement et performance des firmes : productivité, emploi et salaires
  • , performance financière. Un environnement trop peu sélectif ? : destruction de valeur et faillites virtuelles, endettement des firmes, effets du maintien de firmes sous-optimales.
  • Technological capability, agglomeration economies and firm location choice
  • Firm ; Firm strategy ; Industrial sector ; Location ; South Korea ; Technology
  • This paper examines the technological capability, agglomeration economies and firm location. It founds that for firms with low technological capability knowledge externalities from co-located competitors, or competitive specialization, have
  • a stronger positive effect on their location choice, while for firms with high technological capability knowledge externalities from co-located firms from related and complementary industries, or complementary specialization, more strongly influence
  • their location choice. Furthermore, the differential effect of agglomeration economies between low- and high-capability firms is more pronounced in industries with strong non-legal appropriability, implying that firms can use their location choice as a strategic
  • Caractéristiques générales des firmes régionales implantées hors de la Bretagne
  • Brittany ; Employment ; Enterprise;Firm ; Firm strategy ; France
  • Originaires principalement de l'Ille-et-Vilaine et du Finistère, les firmes à implantations extra-régionales s'appellent Ouest-France, UNICOPA (rayonnement national), Doux (rayonnement européen), Rocher, Bolloré Technologie, Pinault, Guyomarc'h
  • Geographical dynamics and industrial relocation : spatial strategies of apparel firms in Ningbo, China
  • China ; Clothing ; Competition ; Economic geography ; Firm ; Firm strategy ; Globalization ; Industrial cluster ; Regionalization ; Zhejiang
  • This paper examines the diverse trajectories of firm relocation in the apparel industry in the global, regional, and local context. The analysis applies this framework to the apparel industry in the city of Ningbo, which is one of the biggest
  • apparel clusters in China. Through an analysis of several case studies, we show the articulation of global, regional, and local factors that are co-shaping apparel firm relocation processes. We also show that the extent to which these factors affect
  • a firm’s spatial strategies is highly dependent on the firm’s characteristics. Lastly, this paper examines the opportunities for local suppliers generated by firm relocation.
  • TNC strategies and variations in intra-firm trade : the case of foreign manufacturing affiliates in Sweden
  • Commerce international ; Commerce intra-firmes ; Entreprise transnationale ; Filiale ; Industrie ; Investissement étranger ; Stratégie d'entreprise ; Suède
  • Firm strategy ; Foreign investment ; Industry ; International trade ; Subsidiary company ; Sweden ; Transnational corporation
  • Contribution à la compréhension des formes et des déterminants du commerce intra-firmes pour le commerce international entre les différentes unités de propriété commune (firmes transnationales). Cela représente une indication majeure de
  • Small manufacturing firm business services externalization in the Chicago metropolitan region
  • Chicago ; Employment ; Enterprise;Firm ; Firm strategy ; Illinois ; Model ; Producer services ; Service ; Structure of the firm ; Sub-contracting ; United States
  • Etude de l'extériorisation des services à la production de la part des entreprises industrielles. Elle apparaît étroitement liée à la désintégration verticale des firmes. Une enquête effectuée dans la région de Chicago vient étayer la démonstration
  • New firm formation facing cultural and racial diversity
  • Firm ; Firm creation ; Human capital ; Knowledge spillovers ; Regional economy ; Spatial autocorrelation ; United States of America
  • The AA. examine how regional diversity affects new firm formation in 10 disaggregated industrial sectors across US counties. Bayesian Markov Chain Monte Carlo method is used to estimate the spatial autoregressive models. It is suggested
  • that regional diversity positively affects new firm formation in selected industries examined.
  • Spatial aspects of recruitment behaviour of firms: an empirical investigation
  • Distance ; Economic space ; Employment ; Enterprise ; Firm strategy ; Labour market ; Manpower ; Netherlands (The)
  • Firm's recruitment strategies and channels of recruitment are addressed in relation to the spatial search radius for new employees. A new statistical model is developed in order to investigate the impact of different recruitment strategies
  • on the probability of a match between the vacant position and an applicant located at a given distance from the firm. The model is tested by means of a micro data set on the recruitment behaviour of Dutch firms.
  • Why butterflies don't leave : locational behavior of entrepreneurial firms
  • Comportement ; Distribution spatiale ; Développement régional ; Entreprise ; Esprit d'entreprise ; Firme ; Localisation ; Théorie économique
  • Behaviour ; Economic theory ; Enterprise ; Entrepreneurship ; Firm ; Location ; Regional development ; Spatial distribution
  • Cet article analyse comment et pourquoi l'organisation spatiale des firmes se développe à la suite de leur démarrage. Un nouveau cadre conceptuel et une étude empirique de la vie des entreprises sont utilisés pour construire une théorie sur le
  • comportement de localisation des firmes.
  • New firm formation and regional policy in the Netherlands
  • Work decentralisation from large to small firms : a preliminary analysis of subcontracting
  • New firms, small firms and dead firms: spatial patterns and determinants in the United Kingdom
  • Regional variations in new firm formation
  • Econometric model ; Enterprise ; Enterprise creation ; Multivariate analysis ; Regional disparities ; Small firm ; Spatial variation ; United Kingdom
  • Regional economic policy and the movement of manufacturing firms to development areas