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When national common services become international service companies, new strategies and structures are needed in order to become competitive. It challenges companies. It challenges how we perceive these businesses. Not the least it challenges the way we assume that government can influence these former 'top-down controlled markets'. New tools are needed both for management of these companies as well as government interested in influencing 'the name of the game'. However, in order to see this, the companies' way of acting is important to study. Which is exactly what is done in this book. The pattern that evolves concerns, i.e. how the value chain is being split up in pieces, how former 'monoliths' is becoming more of open networks, and how focused but international strategies threatens the strategies of former 'full-house' monopolists. Henrik Blomgren, PhD in industrial economics and management, is program director at the Royal Academy of Engineering Sciences. In this book he elaborates on deregulated markets and how companies (both former monopolies and new entrances) change due to a new environment.
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Studio: Santerus Academic Press Sweden
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.5" Width: 5.5" Height: 0.5" Weight: 0.63 lbs.
Release Date Aug 30, 2006
Publisher Santerus Academic Press Sweden
ISBN 917335001X ISBN13 9789173350013