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Changing firm boundaries and governance ethics
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Changing firm boundaries and governance ethics

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(März 2013)

 
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Introduction:

In many industries, a number of aspects of how firms conduct their business have changed substantially over the last years. Newspapers and the business press, as well as the empirical academic literature have documented a wealth of aspects that have changed substantially over the last years. Many of these changes are well known, such as increased use of information and communication technology, globalization, and massive changes in employment relations. Others are less well documented and have drawn less attention. The change that I will focus on in this article is the fact that firm boundaries have got increasingly blurred, in the sense that firm boundaries are much more differentiated than just between the options ‘in-house’ or ‘outsourced’ – at least judging by an increasing number of empirical articles. Interesting, not only has this change been noted much less than other changes such as the use of information and communication technology. Its implications are also less well understood so far, partly perhaps because it has drawn less attention. In this article, I will focus particularly on the implications for theories of economic governance.


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Dr. Markus C. Becker

Promotion zum Ph.D. am Judge Institute of Management, University of Cambridge. Nach drei Jahren als Assistant Professor in Strategischem Marketing an der University of Southern Denmark Berufung an das französische CNRS (Centre National de Recherche Scientifique). Dort als Chargé de recherche beim Bureau d’Economie Théorique et Appliquée (BETA) in Strasbourg tätig. Forschungsgebiete: Theorie der Firma, Evolutionsökonomik, Institutionsökonomik, Wissensgovernance, Governance von Zulieferbeziehungen, Innovationsmanagement, Produktentwicklung, organisationaler Wandel.

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