Essays about: "Firm Model"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 737 essays containing the words Firm Model.

  1. 1. Making Use of the Factor Zoo: An unpretentious attempt to predict asset returns using machine learning methods.

    University essay from Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för nationalekonomi med statistik

    Author : Line Clausen; Jesper Strömberg; [2022-02-15]
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    Abstract : Factor modeling with the purpose of estimating assets returns is a dynamic and ever changing subject within finance. Recent literature has presented over 300 different fac-tors that seem to have significance in predicting asset returns. This new phenomenon in factor modeling has been dubbed ”The Factor Zoo”. READ MORE

  2. 2. Competitive Strategies of Digital Platforms in New Markets : An analysis of the strategies and firm financial performanceof digital platforms entering competitive markets in theNordics

    University essay from Blekinge Tekniska Högskola/Institutionen för industriell ekonomi

    Author : David Fouhy; Alfredo Pais; [2022]
    Keywords : PaaS; platform as a service; digital platforms; competitive strategies; return on assets; ROA; panel data; longitudinal data; panel data regression model; fixed effects; OLS model; firm performance; subsidy; seed and marquee users; piggybacking; micro market; profitability; quick ratio; debt ratio; working capital turnover ratio; sales growth;

    Abstract : Over the recent decade the world has seen an increase in businesses launching new, or changing theirbusiness model to, digital platforms. New and established businesses are flocking to digital platformsin order to evolve their business model and keep up with advancements in technology, such as cloudcomputing, which enables commerce and communication on a much faster and more streamlinedlevel. READ MORE

  3. 3. The Impact of Fundamental Firm Characteristics on the Tail Risk of Italian and Swedish Stocks

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för finansiell ekonomi

    Author : Francesco Manzieri; [2022]
    Keywords : Tail Risk; Expected Shortfall; Corporate Governance; Gender Diversity; Fixed Effects;

    Abstract : These papers investigate whether differences in Tail Risk across Italian and Swedish listed companies can be explained by their fundamental characteristics, and compare the results between the two countries. To this end, data on financial performance, corporate governance, gender diversity and ownership were obtained from over 2,000 Italian and Swedish company filings to build two separate longitudinal panel datasets comprising the 152 largest Italian non-financial firms and the 108 largest Swedish non-financial firms over an almost 20 years period, and a Fixed Effects panel model was used to investigate the issue, using a measure of Expected Shortfall as proxy for Tail Risk. READ MORE

  4. 4. At your service! A case study on servitization in manufacturing from a dual business model perspective

    University essay from Handelshögskolan i Stockholm/Institutionen för företagande och ledning

    Author : Samuel Norrby; Carina Wagner; [2022]
    Keywords : Servitization; Product-service system; Business model innovation; Ambidexterity;

    Abstract : The research on servitization of manufacturers has recently gained new traction as firms increasingly offer combinations of products and services empowered by digital means. As these firms expand their offerings to sell integrated product-services alongside their traditional commerce, they are confronted with having to juggle dual business models. READ MORE

  5. 5. Gender diversity and innovation in technology and manufacturing companies

    University essay from Blekinge Tekniska Högskola/Institutionen för industriell ekonomi

    Author : Manousos Kokkinakis; Xin Li; [2022]
    Keywords : Innovation; Gender Diversity; Technology Manufacturing firms; Logistic Regression Analysis.;

    Abstract : In this thesis the relation between gender diversity and innovation in technology and manufacturing companies is explored. Data on firm-level are used from The Enterprise Surveys of the World Bank, which are designed as a panel data survey and comprise a collection of data on 146,000 firms in 143 countries, from years 2006 to 2019. READ MORE