nep-cfn New Economics Papers
on Corporate Finance
Issue of 2005‒06‒27
two papers chosen by
Zelia Serrasqueiro
Universidade da Beira Interior

  1. La rentabilité des services dans les entreprises industrielles: "enquête sur un postulat" By MALLERET, Véronique
  2. "Bankruptcy Law, Corporate Finance, and Corporate Revival Process in Japan"(in Japanese) By Noriyuki Yanagawa; Sumio Hirose; Fumio Akiyoshi

  1. By: MALLERET, Véronique
    Abstract: The working paper discusses the profitability of service offers in industrial firms. It first lists the main arguments supporting the theoretical debate, and then describes the results of a field study implemented in six industrial SME’s, which highlights the heterogeneity of their practices regarding the pricing and costing of service offers. The paper concludes by presenting the main conditions required to ensure the profitability of services in industrial firms.
    Keywords: profitability; services; pricing
    JEL: L00 L80
    Date: 2005–03–01
  2. By: Noriyuki Yanagawa (Faculty of Economics, University of Tokyo); Sumio Hirose (Faculty of Economics, Sinshu University); Fumio Akiyoshi (Graduate School of Economics, University of Tokyo)
    Abstract: This paper examines corporate revival processes in Japan. In recent years, corporate revival processes are drastically changing in Japan. For example, important bankruptcy laws have been revised and Industrial Revitalization Corporation was established. Moreover, many corporate revival funds are actively investing. This paper explains those new movements and examines how those new activities will change the Japanese economy.
    Date: 2005–06

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