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Greenwald, Bruce C. N. 1946-

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Works: 67 works in 184 publications in 4 languages and 4,046 library holdings
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Classifications: HG4521, 332.6
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Competition demystified : a radically simplified approach to business strategy by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
8 editions published between 2005 and 2007 in English and held by 751 libraries worldwide
Columbia Business School professor Greenwald offers a new theory of competition for strategic planners to apply in the real world. He argues that there is only one essential factor in determining competitive advantages: how easy it is for competitors to enter or expand in a given market. If a company can erect strong barriers to entry--through customer captivity, lower production costs, or economies of scale--it can manage these advantages, anticipate competitors' moves, or achieve stability through bargaining and cooperation. Greenwald draws on game theory to explain what you should do if barriers to entry are strong, weak, or nonexistent. He covers a wide range of examples, from retail to telecommunications to auction houses, and his lessons can be applied whether your business is dominated by a single huge player, a handful of roughly equal players, or no one at all.--From publisher description
Glob·ali·zaʹ·tion n. the irrational fear that someone in China will take your job by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
6 editions published in 2009 in English and held by 662 libraries worldwide
"To its critics, globalization is a terrible development that makes almost everybody worse off and threatens the survival of the planet. They blame it for everything from mass poverty in Africa and Latin America to the falling living standards for workers in Europe and North America. In contrast, globalization's advocates argue that it is the greatest force for good in human history, a powerful institution for improving the quality of life around the world. The underlying problem with both of these positions, says Bruce Greenwald and Judd Kahn, is that they are based on certain accepted truths that are either highly questionable or largely false. In Globalization, they cut through the myths surrounding globalization and look more closely at its real impact, presenting a more accurate picture of the present status of globalization and its future consequences." "The authors show that globalization is not a recent development but has a long and cyclical history. They explain how, by concentrating so intently on globalization, we ignore the role of other important trends and simply attribute every change to globalization. Perhaps most importantly, they reveal how the globalization debate largely ignores information that is essential to understanding what is really going on. While many commentators rely on anecdotes or studies that are fundamentally flawed, Greenwald and Kahn uncover the real facts about globalization and answer the most important questions it raises." "Looking to the future, Greenwald and Kahn Identify trends that point strongly to an economy in which services play a larger role and in which local decisions are critical. They suggest that international monetary reform is one area where global cooperation will be required."--BOOK JACKET
Towards a new paradigm in monetary economics by Joseph E Stiglitz( Book )
20 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and Japanese and held by 541 libraries worldwide
"Expanding upon the literature of new institutional economics, the first part of this study stresses the significance of imperfections in information, bankruptcy and banks. The second part examines the policy implications of the new paradigm emphasizing loanable fund demand and supply, and demonstrates its relevance to our understanding of two recent historical episodes--the East Asian financial crisis and the 1991 U.S. recession and subsequent recovery and boom." http://www.loc.gov/catdir/description/cam051/2004299948.html
Value investing : from Graham to Buffet and beyond ( Book )
1 edition published in 2001 in English and held by 515 libraries worldwide
"Value Investing is a must for any serious investor wishing to gain a better understanding of the principles and practices behind this time-tested approach. It will earn a place on the bookshelf next to Graham and Dodd's Security Analysis and Graham's The Intelligent Investor."--BOOK JACKET
The curse of the mogul : what's wrong with the world's leading media companies by Jonathan A Knee( Book )
7 editions published between 2009 and 2011 in English and held by 394 libraries worldwide
Through fresh analysis and revealing case studies, the authors expose the strategic failures underlying the consistently poor financial performance of media companies
The most important thing uncommon sense for the thoughtful investor by Howard Marks( Book )
1 edition published in 2013 in English and held by 189 libraries worldwide
This book explains the keys to successful investment and the pitfalls that can destroy capital or ruin a career. Utilizing passages from his memos to illustrate his ideas, Marks teaches by example, detailing the development of an investment philosophy that fully acknowledges the complexities of investing and the perils of the financial world. Brilliantly applying insight to today's volatile markets, Marks offers a volume that is part memoir, part creed, with a number of broad takeaways
Économie monétaire : un nouveau paradigme by Joseph E Stiglitz( Book )
1 edition published in 2005 in French and held by 94 libraries worldwide
Adverse selection in the labor market by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
8 editions published between 1978 and 1986 in English and held by 82 libraries worldwide
Information and economic efficiency by Richard Arnott( Book )
10 editions published between 1993 and 1995 in English and held by 66 libraries worldwide
Is an economy with adverse selection, moral hazard, or an incomplete set of risk markets "constrained" Pareto efficient? There are two sets of papers addressing this question, one asserting that, under seemingly quite general conditions, the economy is constrained Pareto efficient, the other (to which we have contributed) that it is not. In this paper, we delineate the differences in assumptions between the two sets of papers, and under our assumptions present an intuitive proof of the Pareto inefficiency of market equilibrium with moral hazard and identify what it is that the government can do that the market cannot
Towards a reformulation of monetary theory : competitive banking by Joseph E Stiglitz( Book )
6 editions published in 1992 in English and held by 54 libraries worldwide
This paper, after providing a critique of standard monetary theory based on the transactions demand for money, examines the effect of monetary policy (changes in reserve requires and open market operations) in a model with competitive, risk averse banks. The effects of changes in bank net worth and bank's risk perceptions are also analyzed. In deep recessions, monetary policy may be ineffective because banks are unwilling to lend. The effects of monetary policy are, at most, only partially mediated through changes in the interest rate. The implications for traditional IS-LM analysis are briefly noted
Information, finance, and markets : the architecture of allocative mechanisms by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
6 editions published between 1991 and 1992 in English and held by 45 libraries worldwide
While bankers and businessmen have long recognized the importance of finance. financial constraints, and financial institutions, they have played a secondary role in neoclassical economic theory. This paper identifies the economic functions with which financial institutions have been concerned, the central problems which they face, and the alternative ways by which those problems can and have been addressed. The importance of limited liability and the legal environment is stressed. The final section explores the relationship between information-based finance constraints, the evolution of the firm, and the growth of the economy
Toward a theory of rigidities by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
5 editions published between 1989 and 1990 in English and held by 45 libraries worldwide
This paper presents a theory of rigidity, or more properly inertia, in the responses of economic variables to changing environments. The theory rests on three fundamental assumptions: (1) that firms are risk averse, (2) that firms are uncertain of the impacts of changing decision variables and (3) that this uncertainty increases with the size of deviations in decision variables from appropriately defined past level. Under these circumstances an optimal portfolio of incremental decision variable adjustments exists which (a) takes variance minimizing adoptions to environmental change as a point of departure and then (b) is weighted in favor of changes in variables whose effects are less uncertain. In considering price and quantity adjustments, this implies that price and wage adjustments should largely incorporate expected inflation and, from that point, should be small relative to quantity adjustments, since in most situations the uncertainties associated with the consequences of quantity adjustment should be smaller than those associated with price adjustments
Macroeconomic models with equity and credit rationing by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
7 editions published between 1990 and 1992 in English and held by 44 libraries worldwide
This paper presents a simple, general equilibrium macroeconomic model incorporating financial constraints, both credit and equity rationing, as well as other informational imperfections in labor and product markets, such as efficiency wage effects. A formulation somewhat analogous to the standard IS-LM model, but not suffering from the well known defects of that model, is derived. The mechanisms by which monetary policy affects the economy are described. Dynamics, including implications for long run growth, are investigated
Asymmetric information and the new theory of the firm : financial constraints and risk behavior by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
6 editions published between 1990 and 1994 in English and held by 43 libraries worldwide
Abstract: averse individuals maximizing a utility function of terminal wealth
Pareto inefficiency of market economies : search and efficiency wage models by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
5 editions published between 1988 and 1989 in English and held by 41 libraries worldwide
This paper shows that market economies with search and in which wages are affected by efficiency wage considerations are not constrained Pareto efficient. Wages are not set at Pareto efficient levels, nor is the level of employment (unemployment) Pareto efficient. We identify the nature of the biases and the welfare improving government interventions
Financial market imperfections and productivity growth by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
3 editions published in 1989 in English and held by 36 libraries worldwide
This paper examines the impact of financial market imperfections on long-term productivity growth. It focuses on failures in markets for the sale of equity securities and hence on the failure of markets which help firms diversify the risks of real investment. The paper examines separately situations in which productivity growth is driven by learning-by-doing and where it results from the cumulative impact of explicit investments in technology by firms, In general, a multiplicity of steady-state growth paths exists with different growth rates along each path. The particular path followed by any single economy (and hence the growth rate of that economy) will depend significantly on policy interventions which mitigate effects of financial markets
Mei you dui shou de jing zheng : ti gao shi chang jin ru zhang ai de qiu sheng fa ze by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
2 editions published in 2007 in Chinese and held by 36 libraries worldwide
Money, imperfect information and economic fluctuations by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
3 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 35 libraries worldwide
This paper summarizes the macro-economic and, in particular, monetary and financial market implications of recent developments in the micro-economic theory of imperfect information. These micro-economic models which lead to credit-rationing on the one hand and limitations in the availability of equity type financing on the other can account for a wide range of observed business cycle and monetary phenomena. These include (a) unemployment, (b) the existence of Keynesian-type multiples, (c) the observed lack of production smoothing in response to cyclical fluctuations in demand, (d) the impact of monetary policy on business activity despite the absence of significant changes in real interest rates, and (e) price rigidities which arise from rational firm decisions (not as an a priori assumption)
Keynesian, new Keynesian, and new classical economics by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
3 editions published in 1987 in English and held by 33 libraries worldwide
Much of the new theory of macro-economics that has been built upon micro-economic models of imperfect information leads to conclusions which are surprisingly close in spirit to Keynes' original analysis. This paper summarizes the macro-economic implications of information-based models of efficiency wages, credit-rationing and the breakdown of financial markets for equity-type securities. It shows how these models lead to behavior by firms and interactions among economic agents that account for many of the phenomena identified by Keynes in qualitative terms which were largely lost in subsequent formalizations of the Keynesian model. These imperfect information macro-models provide consistent theoretical explanations in the Keynesian spirit in unemployment, investment concentrated business cycles, rigid prices and the effectiveness of monetary and fiscal policy interventions. In doing so, they reconcile macro and micro-economic analysis in a way that has so far been achieved neither by the traditional Keynesians, who assumed away the micro-dimension of the problem, nor by the new classical economists who assumed away the macro-dimension of the problem
Financial market imperfections and business cycles by Bruce C. N Greenwald( Book )
3 editions published in 1988 in English and held by 31 libraries worldwide
This paper develops a simple model of macroeconomic behavior which incorporates the impact of financial market "imperfections, " such as those generated by asymmetric information in financial markets. These information asymmetries may lead to breakdowns in markets, like that for equity, in which risks arm shared. In particular, we analyze firm behavior in the presence of equity rationing and imperfect futures markets, in which there are lags in production. Aft a consequence, firms act in a risk-averse manner. We trace out the macroeconomic consequences, and show that they are able to account for many of the widely observed aspects of actual business cycles
 
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Greenwald, Bruce
Greenwald, Bruce 1946-
Greenwald, Bruce C.
Greenwald, Bruce C. 1946-
Greenwald, Bruce C. N.
Greenwald, Bruce Corman Norbert, 1946-
グリーンウォルド, ブルース
グリーンワルド, B
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English (106)
Chinese (2)
Japanese (2)
French (1)
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