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Borseneinfuhrungen von Tochtergesellschaften by Wilm Langenbach


Borseneinfuhrungen von Tochtergesellschaften by Wilm Langenbach

Wilm Langenbach entwickelt einen konzeptionellen Rahmen zur Beurteilung der Rationalitatssicherungsmoglichkeiten externer Markte und uberpruft den Einfluss der Borseneinfuhrung von Tochtergesellschaften auf die Rationalitat der Unternehmensfuhrung empirisch.

About the Author

Dr. Wilm Langenbach promovierte bei Prof. Dr. Jurgen Weber am Lehrstuhl fur Betriebswirtschaftslehre, insbesondere Controlling und Logistik, der Wissenschaftlichen Hochschule fur Unternehmensfuhrung (WHU) Koblenz. Er ist Projektleiter (Schwerpunkt Banken und Versicherungen) bei McKinsey & Co. in Munchen.

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Publication date

30th August 2001


Wilm Langenbach

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Deutscher Universitats-Verlag


481 pages


Business & management



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