Deregulation, Firm Capabilities and Diversifying Entry Decisions: The Case of Financial Services

@inproceedings{Ingham1995DeregulationFC,
  title={Deregulation, Firm Capabilities and Diversifying Entry Decisions: The Case of Financial Services},
  author={Hilary Ingham and Steve Thompson},
  year={1995}
}
  • Hilary Ingham, Steve Thompson
  • Published 1995
  • Economics
  • The resource-based view of the firm as a historically-determined bundle of specific assets and capabilities predicts that diversification patterns will reflect attempts to utilize these attributes more intensively and so enjoy economies of scope. Furthermore, it suggests that such diversification moves will not be restricted to wholly-owned activities but will include joint ventures where contracting costs permit. This note uses the opportunity created by structural deregulation in U.K… CONTINUE READING

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