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The benefits and pitfalls of participating in a corporate inversion: a case study of two companies on two different paths
Even though the term corporate inversion has been heard globally for decades, it has only become more prevalent in the United States during the past two years. This case study examines two United States companies that ...
Oil price shocks and policy implications the emergence of U.S. tight oil production: a case study
How have shocks to supply and demand affected global oil prices; and what are key policy implications following the resurgence of oil production in the United States? Highlights: − The recent collapse in global oil prices ...
Gestão da mudança organizacional: uma revisão teórica
The necessity of adapting organizations to changes in the context in which they operate has been the subject of great interest to contemporary managers. This adaptation requires the manager the need for knowledge and the ...