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Exploring the effects of niche crowding on rates of strategic organizational change.
John Martin.* Usher
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||125|
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This article examines the effects of crowding in a market center on rates of change in organizational niche width and on organizational mortality. The authors find competitive effects of overlap density, the aggregate overlap of a DCC's organizational niche with those of all others, and mutualistic effects of nonoverlap density, the.
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by: This article examines the effects of crowding in a market center on rates of change in organizational niche width and on organizational mortality.
It proposes that, although firms with wide niches benefit from risk spreading and economies of scale, they are simultaneously exposed to intense competition. So, it is possible that the survival advantages associated with location on the periphery might hold most strongly for newly founded market entrants, because the deleterious effects of changes in niche width and position might offset those advantages for moving firms.
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Organizational goals can, and do, get lost as organizational members—especially leaders—modify organizational goals to suit personal goals. Thus, systematic integration of performance via control systems is seen as helpful in avoiding goal displacement (Robert Merton) and in assisting managers to keep the organization in dynamic equilibrium.
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the theory, developed by Johann von Thunen and published inthat determines which crop to cultivate based on an equation that takes into account land rent, output, price, production costs, transportation costs, and distance from marketActivities that require intensive cultivation cannot be transported over great distances pay higher rent to be closer to the market (gardening, dairy.From the New York Times bestselling author of This Time Is Different, "a fascinating and important book" (Ben Bernanke) about phasing out most paper money to fight crime and tax evasion--and to battle financial crises by tapping the power of negative interest rates The world is drowning in cash--and it's making us poorer and less safe.Net of these controls, niche width has significant negative effects on (the three measures of) appeal and on the measure of fitness: U.S.
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