Legitimacy Needs as Drivers of Business Exit
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|Format: ||Paperback, 181 pages, 2008 Edition|
|Other Information: ||19 black & white tables, biography|
|Published In: ||Germany, 15 May 2008|
Carolin Decker develops and empirically applies a framework in which business exits serve the purpose of re-establishing a firm's previously harmed legitimacy. Her findings support the idea that legitimacy needs drive the likelihood of fit-enhancing business exits in divesting firms.
Table of Contents
Antecedents of business exit, barriers to business exits, outcomes of business exits, the need for legitimacy as a trigger of fit-enhancing vs. status quo preserving business exit, types of legitimacy needs and their role as drivers of fit-enhancing vs. status quo preserving business exit, the moderating effect of uncertainty
About the Author
Dr. Carolin Decker ist wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin von Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Mellewigt am Institut fur Management der Freien Universitat Berlin.
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