Private companies are much more focused on the long term when making deals
than their publicly owned counterparts. Which side has the right idea?
The future of productivity. A wake-up call for. Canadian companies. Part of
Deloitte's .... Static firms also underinvest in their businesses compared to their ....
Productivity gap refers to the business sector, excluding public administration, but
Aug 24, 2015 ... The latest public figure to embrace this diagnosis is Hillary Clinton. ... To the
extent that companies are underinvesting in the future, the blame ...
Fears that US companies underinvest by paying too much back to shareholders
are unfounded. Rather, the rise in buybacks reflects changes in the economy.
Feb 19, 2015 ... Companies with the most efficient factories could manufacture ... Thus, a
manager pressured to maximise short-term earnings may underinvest in his
company's future. .... European Public Choice Society Annual Meeting 2017.
Jun 4, 2015 ... By applying sophisticated management tools, multinational firms can create
value for shareholders and society. Below, Witold J. Henisz ...
Aug 20, 2014 ... Why Firms Underinvest in Public Relations .... diplomat's focus should not be on
lambasting insiders for past failings but on future improvement.
Jan 6, 2015 ... The company spends less on R&D (and more on stock buybacks) than its peers,
says Ophir Gottlieb.
Jul 20, 2010 ... The chance of future debt overhang could curtail current investment as well. ...
Just as debt overhang may lead firms to underinvest or to delay ...
The “Growth and Underinvestment” archetype reveals that the company's slow
response ... the delivery delay (B2) and in the end, affects future customer orders.