Articles

A Comparison of Standard Multi-Unit Auctions With Synergies

G. Albano, F. Germano, S. LOVO

Economics Letters

2001, n°71, pp.55-60

Départements : Finance, GREGHEC (CNRS)


In an example where some bidders have superadditive values, we characterize the equilibria of a simultaneous ascending auction and compare the revenue and efficiency generated with ones generated by the sequential, the one-shot simultaneous, and the Vickrey-Clarke-Groves auctions.

A Note on Mixture Sets in Decision Theory

P. MONGIN

Decisions in Economics and Finance

2001, vol. 24, pp.59-69

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Accounting for Brands in France and Germany Compared with IAS 38 (Intangible Assets): An Illustration of the Difficulty of International Harmonization

H. STOLOWY, A. Haller, V. Klockhaus

International Journal of Accounting

2001, n°36, pp.147-167

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Age, order of entry, strategic orientation, and organizational performance

R. DURAND, R. Coeurderoy

Journal of Business Venturing

2001, vol. 16, n°5, pp.471-494

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)


This paper proposes an empirical test of several hypotheses linking age, order of entry, and strategic orientations to a firm's performance. Three strategies are defined: cost-leadership strategy, innovative differentiation, and marketing differentiation The aim is to show that the impact on performance of both age and each of the three strategic orientations may differ according to a firm's order of entry into an industry. Following Lieberman and Montgomery's (1998) evaluation of their major contribution on first mover advantage, we emphasize three points. First, we develop and lest hypotheses related to early and late followers' strategic orientations, broadening the scope of traditional studies on pioneers. Second, the model combines the dimensions of a firm's age, order of entry, and strategic orientations, as well as industry conditions (stage of the industry, environmental unpredictability, and technology diffusion), to establish a contingent model of performance analysis. Finally, the empirical study deals chiefly with organizational performance and not market share, which is considered a typical advantage accruing to pioneers.In addition, the scope of the study (582 French manufacturing firms) provides the means to fill a void in empirical studies because it is a broad cross-sectional test on non-U.S. data. The firms are mainly private, small to medium-sized, and single or dominant business firms. Therefore, our assumptions must be understood as particularly applicable to this type of firm

An operator approach to stochastic games

D. ROSENBERG, S. Sorin

Israël Journal of Mathematics

2001, n°121, pp.221-246

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Assessing Start-up Business Risk

T. B. ASTEBRO

Oxford Analytica

2001

Départements : Stratégie et Politique d’Entreprise, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Bargaining on an Internet Agent-based Market: Behavioral vs. Optimizing Agents, Electronic Commerce Research Journal

C. PARASCHIV, L. Devveaux, M. Latourrette

Electronic Commerce Research and Applications

octobre 2001, vol. 1, n°4, pp.371-401

Départements : Economie et Sciences de la décision, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Budgetary Control and Institutional Reform: Constructing the Accountable School

P. EDWARDS, M. EZZAMEL, K. ROBSON

Financial Accountability & Management

2001, vol. 16, n°4, pp.309-325

Départements : Comptabilité et Contrôle de Gestion, GREGHEC (CNRS)


Cultural Influences on Employee Termination Decisions: Firing the Good, Average, or the Old

M. SEGALLA, G. Jacobs-Belschak, C. Müller

European Management Journal

février 2001, vol. 19, n°1, pp.58-72

Départements : Management et Ressources Humaines, GREGHEC (CNRS)


This paper reports the results of an empirical study of the cultural influences on the choice of who to terminate in a general workforce reduction. The authors report the conclusions reached during the first phase of a large European study on managerial decision-making. Nearly 300 managers participated in this phase, which surveyed 25 firms from the financial sectors of France, German, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Models built upon classical economic theory and social justice theory are examined. The results of this study indicate that nationality is a good determinant of the choice of whom to dismiss. Some nationalities are more concerned about the social effects of dismissal on the individual and work group. Others are more concerned about the economic benefits or costs to the firm. The authors conclude that human resource programs designed to standardize career management policy across Europe may fail because of intentional and unintentional barriers

Culture and Career Advancement in Europe: Promoting Team Players vs. Fast Trackers

M. SEGALLA, D. ROUZIES, M. Flory

European Management Journal

février 2001, vol. 19, n°1, pp.44-57

Départements : Management et Ressources Humaines, GREGHEC (CNRS), Marketing


This paper reports the results of a study of the cultural influences on career systems and job promotion. The authors report the conclusions reached during the first phase of a large European study on managerial decision-making. Nearly 300 managers participated in this phase, which surveyed 25 firms from the financial sectors of France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom. Models built upon Sonnenfeld and Peiperl's career typology and on Derr and Evans et al. cultural career maps are examined. The results of this study indicate that nationality is a good determinant of the choice of internal or external promotion systems. It also finds that individual self-interest remains an important factor in managerial decision-making. The authors conclude that human resource programs designed to standardise career management policy across Europe may fail because of intentional and unintentional barriers.


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