Global mobility - the concept
An approach enabling senior executives to evaluate a company's global mobility is developed. Eventually, an overall framework for the global mobility concept is provided based on the said element of competetive success. The main elements of this concept is discussed in detail, after which, various contemporary international businesses are used in relation to global mobility. A checklist for the managerial assessment of the current competetive position regarding global mobility is provided.
Publication Name: Long Range Planning
Residential mobility and the housing market in a two-sector neoclassical growth model
A two-sector general equilibrium overlapping-generations model in continuous time was used in examining the impact of residential mobility and competitive housing markets on long run growth. The model was first applied to a free housing market after which it was used under rent control. The results showed that welfare was not merely reduced by rent controls. It was also found out that rent controls may increase the steady-state capital-labor ratio.
Publication Name: Scandinavian Journal of Economics
A Theory of Expropriation and Deviations from Perfect Capital Mobility
The failure of capital flows to result in returns to capital is examined. The fear of expropriation creates inequality in returns to capital. Threat of expropriation is effective even if the act is not forthcoming. Investor action to avoid expropriation is distorting. The threat of expropriation is welfare reducing.
Publication Name: Economic Journal
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- Abstracts: Federal housing assistance, residential relocation, and educational opportunities: evidence from Baltimore. Educational Expansion and the Kuznets Effect
- Abstracts: Nation's housing needs differ according to local demographics. Substitution in Consumption