Guidelines for research reports in business retention and expansion programs
Research reports are central in developing and defining competitiveness among local economies. These reports are consolidations of economic observations, researches and actual experiences of several state agencies. As part of the Business Retention and Expansion Programs, research reports comprise a cover page, executive summary, introduction, suggested recommendations and statistical appendix.
Publication Name: Economic Development Review
Strategic Analysis of the Competitive Exercise of Certain Financial Options
The results of the exercise of warrants and convertible bonds on common stock is examined in an extension of Schmeidler's game played by a continuum of players. The players benefit under competition, but suffer in a duopoly.
Publication Name: Journal of Economic Theory
- Abstracts: Asking the right questions in business retention and expansion surveys. Sports-based economic development
- Abstracts: Competitive intelligence for international business. Wealth, enterprise and credit policy. A gain from trade: from unproductive to productive entrepreneurship
- Abstracts: Inwards investment. Investing in Thailand: positive signs amid the turmoil. Relative prices and investment rates
- Abstracts: Data watch: the redesigned Current Population Survey. Policy watch: child support policies. Data watch: the National Longitudinal Surveys
- Abstracts: Tests of inflation and industry portfolio stock returns. The long-run relationship between inflation and output in postwar economics