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Author
Ivanilova Natalya
Title
Interaction of Strategic Decizions Made by Firms under Uncertainty
Source
Roczniki Kolegium Analiz Ekonomicznych / Szkoła Główna Handlowa, 2006, nr 15, s. 61-69, biobiogr. 15 poz.
Issue title
Metody formalne w teorii gier, teorii wzrostu i ekonomii finansowej
Keyword
Decyzje strategiczne, Finansowanie zewnętrzne, Przedsiębiorstwo
Strategic decisions, External financing, Enterprises
Note
summ.
Abstract
In the paper we consider an approach to the analysis of interactions between het-erogeneous strategic decisions which is based on contribution these decisions make to the change of firm's survival level. To prove this hypothesis, we use two conceptions developed in recent literature - of "competing risks" as a way of explaining how risks of heterogeneous firm's decisions are composed, and of "survival level" defined as a low boundary in adopting strategies that allow the firm to avoid losses. The expected results drawn from this analysis are compared with evidence presented in existing literature. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1232-4671
Language
eng
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