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Sheet1 Page 1 Group A Lv 1 - Nation's 'information' or background Institutions such as family, region, schools, sports, and the media. Lv 2 - Institutional Field Political, Legal and Financial Systems The economy comprises a financial system, a form of corporate governance, a labour market regime, a system of research an d e.g. In Germany, banks finance firms Lv 3 - The play of the game(s) The kinds of major interests and groups that govern strategic priorities and choices. Their organizational complexity and cohesion, and so their development of distinctive, firm speciic, organizational capabilities. Their dominant competitive strategies in terms of responsiveness to changing markets and/or innovation. Employment Security - Germany > Sweden > Denmark > The UK i.e. In Germany, it's hard to fire employees Case: How the nation-specific institutional framework has allowed UK firms to adjust more rapidly than German firms to the ne w UK: Contract-based, bilateral, X Kartel Germany: Cartel, Collaboration (Overlapping)
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2008 for the course IBP CEPO taught by Professor Seabrooke during the Spring '08 term at Copenhagen Business School.

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