William Lazonick spends much of his time researching Market economy, Finance, Capitalism, Economy and Shareholder. His Market economy study which covers Economic system that intersects with New economy and Business model. His work on Corporate governance, Initial public offering and Venture capital as part of general Finance study is frequently linked to Strategic control, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His research investigates the link between Capitalism and topics such as Competitive advantage that cross with problems in State, Business history, International trade, Dominance and Mythology. His Shareholder study focuses on Shareholder value in particular. His Shareholder value research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Corporate security, Stakeholder, Institutional investor, Ideology and Product.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Market economy, Corporate governance, Shareholder value, Shareholder and Prosperity. William Lazonick has researched Market economy in several fields, including New economy, Business model, Economic system and Capitalism. His work in Corporate governance addresses subjects such as Competition, which are connected to disciplines such as Economy.
His Shareholder value study incorporates themes from Financialization, Executive compensation, Corporate law and Corporation. William Lazonick interconnects Value and Ideology in the investigation of issues within Shareholder. His work carried out in the field of Prosperity brings together such families of science as Economic inequality and Investment.
William Lazonick focuses on Shareholder value, Shareholder, Corporation, Finance and Corporate governance. His Shareholder value research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Financialization, Middle class, Market economy and Perfect competition. His Market economy research focuses on Market for corporate control and how it connects with Industrial organization.
His Shareholder research incorporates elements of Executive compensation and Corporate law. His work on Principal–agent problem and Dividend is typically connected to Restricted stock as part of general Finance study, connecting several disciplines of science. His studies deal with areas such as Rationalization, Economy, Globalization and Venture capital as well as Corporate governance.
His primary scientific interests are in Shareholder value, Finance, Shareholder, Financialization and Corporate law. His Shareholder value research integrates issues from Corporation, Venture capital and Market economy. His Market economy research incorporates themes from Ideal and Perfect competition.
His Shareholder research includes elements of Theory of the firm, Executive compensation, Value theory, Dividend and Principal–agent problem. As a part of the same scientific family, William Lazonick mostly works in the field of Middle class, focusing on Economic inequality and, on occasion, Corporate governance. His studies in Corporate governance integrate themes in fields like Labour economics and Equal employment opportunity.
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Maximizing shareholder value: a new ideology for corporate governance
William Lazonick;Mary O’Sullivan.
Economy and Society (2000)
Business Organization and the Myth of the Market Economy
Competitive advantage on the shop floor
Profits without prosperity.
Harvard Business Review (2014)
The decline of the British economy
Walter Eltis;Bernard Elbaum;William Lazonick.
The Innovative Firm
Industrial relations and technical change: the case of the self-acting mule
Cambridge Journal of Economics (1979)
The risk-reward nexus in the innovation-inequality relationship: who takes the risks? Who gets the rewards?
William Lazonick;Mariana Mazzucato.
Industrial and Corporate Change (2013)
Varieties of capitalism in the twentieth century
R Dore;W Lazonick;M O'Sullivan.
Oxford Review of Economic Policy (1999)
US biopharmaceutical finance and the sustainability of the biotech business model
William Lazonick;Öner Tulum.
Research Policy (2011)
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