Dead Firms : Causes and Effects of Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency

By: Torres, Miguel MContributor(s): Cathro, Virginia | Gonzalez-Perez, Maria AlejandraMaterial type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on DemandAdvanced Series in Management: Publisher: Bradford, West Yorkshire : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (208 p.)ISBN: 9781786353139Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Dead Firms : Causes and Effects of Cross-Border Corporate InsolvencyDDC classification: 658.15 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover -- Dead Firms: Causes and Effects of Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Reference -- Why Already Internationalised Firms Die? Causes and Effects of Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency -- References -- 1. What Kills a Reputation? A Post-Mortem Analysis of Jekyll-Hyde Business Leaders -- Reputation and Reputation Building -- Reputational Deconstruction: The Aftermath of Ponzis -- Data Analysis -- How Ponzi Organizational Leaders Build Reputations -- Ponzi Organization Collapse and Reputation Deconstruction
Investor Devastation -- Toxic Mistrust Environment -- Reputational Ripple Effect -- Philanthropic Earthshake -- Conclusion -- References -- 2. The Peruvian Amazon Company's Death: The Jungle Devoured Them -- Introduction -- Rubber Export Boom -- La Casa Arana -- Sir Roger Casement and the British Government Investigations -- The Peruvian Amazon Company's End -- The Company's Death -- Conclusions -- References -- 3. On the Solvency of Firms: Can Government's Intervention Reduce External Financing of Firms' Working Capital in Ni... -- Introduction -- Preliminaries and Background -- Research Method
Data and Variables -- Estimation Technique -- Empirical Results -- Descriptive Analysis -- Regression Analysis -- Sample Clustering and Wild Bootstrap Standard Errors -- Non-Parametric Regression: Further Robustness -- Conclusion and Discussions -- References -- 4. Survival and Death in the Indian Corporate Sector -- Introduction -- A Historical Perspective on the Indian Industry -- Corporate 'Innovation': Shell Companies in India -- The Construction Business and Its Useful Allies -- Inter-Company Loans -- Where Are These Firms Disappearing?: A Methodological Note
The Companies That Merged: Rationale for Doing So -- Shutdown of Companies -- Where Are Companies Disappearing: Methodological Note -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix -- 5. Public Policy Restricting Free Flow of Capital, Exchange Rate Control and Possible Effects on Cross-Border Insolv... -- Introduction -- Cross-Border Insolvency - Latin American Legal, Institutional, and Regulatory Tendencies -- Latin America Tendencies -- Insolvency Procedural Aspects -- Argentina -- Chile -- Colombia -- Brazil -- Venezuela -- Chapter 11 and Section 304
Flow of Capital and Exchange Rates in Latin America -- Evolution of Flow Capital -- Policies Shaping Flow of Capital -- Evolution of Exchange Rate Control -- Policies Shaping Exchange Rates -- Relevant Cases in Latin America -- Colombia -- Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela -- Remote Origins -- CADIVI -- Most Recent Developments (2014-2015) -- Some Insight with the Topic of Cross-Border Insolvency -- Conclusions -- References -- Further Reading -- 6. El Zancudo Mining Company -- Introduction -- An Approach to the Antioquia Region -- From Colonial to Republican Times -- An Emerging Mining District
Origins of El Zancudo
Summary: Why do firms die? This volume explores international and cross-disciplinary perspectives, carrying out a forensic examination of 'how and why' companies die in order to understand the lessons 'dead firms' may have to offer.
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Front Cover -- Dead Firms: Causes and Effects of Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Preface -- Reference -- Why Already Internationalised Firms Die? Causes and Effects of Cross-Border Corporate Insolvency -- References -- 1. What Kills a Reputation? A Post-Mortem Analysis of Jekyll-Hyde Business Leaders -- Reputation and Reputation Building -- Reputational Deconstruction: The Aftermath of Ponzis -- Data Analysis -- How Ponzi Organizational Leaders Build Reputations -- Ponzi Organization Collapse and Reputation Deconstruction

Investor Devastation -- Toxic Mistrust Environment -- Reputational Ripple Effect -- Philanthropic Earthshake -- Conclusion -- References -- 2. The Peruvian Amazon Company's Death: The Jungle Devoured Them -- Introduction -- Rubber Export Boom -- La Casa Arana -- Sir Roger Casement and the British Government Investigations -- The Peruvian Amazon Company's End -- The Company's Death -- Conclusions -- References -- 3. On the Solvency of Firms: Can Government's Intervention Reduce External Financing of Firms' Working Capital in Ni... -- Introduction -- Preliminaries and Background -- Research Method

Data and Variables -- Estimation Technique -- Empirical Results -- Descriptive Analysis -- Regression Analysis -- Sample Clustering and Wild Bootstrap Standard Errors -- Non-Parametric Regression: Further Robustness -- Conclusion and Discussions -- References -- 4. Survival and Death in the Indian Corporate Sector -- Introduction -- A Historical Perspective on the Indian Industry -- Corporate 'Innovation': Shell Companies in India -- The Construction Business and Its Useful Allies -- Inter-Company Loans -- Where Are These Firms Disappearing?: A Methodological Note

The Companies That Merged: Rationale for Doing So -- Shutdown of Companies -- Where Are Companies Disappearing: Methodological Note -- Conclusion -- References -- Appendix -- 5. Public Policy Restricting Free Flow of Capital, Exchange Rate Control and Possible Effects on Cross-Border Insolv... -- Introduction -- Cross-Border Insolvency - Latin American Legal, Institutional, and Regulatory Tendencies -- Latin America Tendencies -- Insolvency Procedural Aspects -- Argentina -- Chile -- Colombia -- Brazil -- Venezuela -- Chapter 11 and Section 304

Flow of Capital and Exchange Rates in Latin America -- Evolution of Flow Capital -- Policies Shaping Flow of Capital -- Evolution of Exchange Rate Control -- Policies Shaping Exchange Rates -- Relevant Cases in Latin America -- Colombia -- Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela -- Remote Origins -- CADIVI -- Most Recent Developments (2014-2015) -- Some Insight with the Topic of Cross-Border Insolvency -- Conclusions -- References -- Further Reading -- 6. El Zancudo Mining Company -- Introduction -- An Approach to the Antioquia Region -- From Colonial to Republican Times -- An Emerging Mining District

Origins of El Zancudo

Why do firms die? This volume explores international and cross-disciplinary perspectives, carrying out a forensic examination of 'how and why' companies die in order to understand the lessons 'dead firms' may have to offer.

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Edited by Miguel M. Torres, University of Leeds, Leeds, UKVirginia Cathro, University of Otago, Dunedin, New ZealandMaria Alejandra Gonzalez-Perez, Universidad Eafit, Medellin, Colombia

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