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Resource allocation within firms and financial market dislocation

Gregor Matvos

Resource allocation within firms and financial market dislocation

evidence from diversified conglomerates

by Gregor Matvos

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGregor Matvos, Amit Seru
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 17717, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 17717.
ContributionsSeru, Amit, National Bureau of Economic Research
Classifications
LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25236827M
LC Control Number2011657578

Financial Markets and Macroeconomic Dynamics with Heterogeneous Firms (Hassan/Ossa) Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates (Matvos/Seru) Understanding the Drivers of Corporate Financial Structure: Evidence from the Introduction of US Corporate Income Taxation (Matvos/Seru). of banks. The chapters in this book, resulting from the first conference of the European Central Banking Network (ECBN), held in Ljubljana in September , focus on the role played by the financial sector in the allocation of resources across different firms and sectors of the economy. The papers presented at .

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Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence From Diversified Conglomerates (with G Matvos), Review of Financial Studies, Firm Boundaries Matter: Evidence from Conglomerates and R&D Activity, Journal of Financial Economics, dispersed type of resource allocation in product and capital markets, but does not unambiguously improve the efficiency of resource allocation. By contrast, I find auditing regulation, mandating a greater share of firms to obtain a financial-statement audit, imposes a net fixed cost of operating on firms, deterring entry of smaller firms.


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Resource allocation within firms and financial market dislocation by Gregor Matvos Download PDF EPUB FB2

We argue and demonstrate that resource allocation within firms' internal capital markets provides an important force countervailing financial market dislocation. We estimate a structural model of internal capital markets to separately identify and quantify the forces driving the reallocation decision and illustrate how these forces interact Cited by:   In our paper, Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates, which was recently made publicly available on SSRN, we study the resource allocation problem in a sample of diversified firms in the United States.

Economists have used these firms as a laboratory for studying resource. Get this from a library. Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates. [Gregor Matvos; Amit Seru] -- When external capital markets are stressed they may not reallocate resources between firms.

We show that resource allocation within firms' internal capital markets provides an important force. Get this from a library. Resource allocation within firms and financial market dislocation: evidence from diversified conglomerates.

[Gregor Matvos; Amit Seru; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- When external capital markets are stressed they may not reallocate resources between firms. We show that resource allocation within firms' internal capital markets provides an important force. Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates Article in Review of Financial Studies 27(4) December with 45 Reads.

The cost of accessing external capital funds quadruple during extreme financial market dislocations, making resource allocation within firms significantly cheaper. The estimated model allows us to simulate the propagation of the / financial market by: Downloadable. When external capital markets are stressed they may not reallocate resources between firms.

We show that resource allocation within firms' internal capital markets provides an important force countervailing financial market dislocation. Using data on US conglomerates we empirically verify that firms shift resources between industries in response to shocks to the financial sector.

Downloadable (with restrictions). We argue and demonstrate that resource allocation within firms' internal capital markets provides an important force countervailing financial market dislocation. We estimate a structural model of internal capital markets to separately identify and quantify the forces driving the reallocation decision and illustrate how these forces interact with external.

Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates Gregor Matvos and Amit Seru (RFS, ) Corporate Finance - PhD Course Stefan Greppmair, Yannik Schneider.

Resource Allocation withing Firms and Financial Market Dislocation - Mustafa Emin 3 / 11 Only the Net Effect can be obtained from the reduced form analysis. Conglomerates with high dispersion in production perform relatively better in crisis than ones with low dispersion.

Structural Modelling allow us to quantify each views. Introduction. We argue and demonstrate that resource allocation within firms' internal capital markets provides an important force countervailing financial market dislocation. We estimate a structural model of internal capital markets to separately identify and quantify the forces driving the reallocation decision and illustrate how these forces interact with external capital market stress.

The. We argue and demonstrate that resource allocation within firms’ internal capital markets provides an important force countervailing financial market dislocation. We estimate a structural model of internal capital markets to separately identify and quantify the forces driving the reallocation decision and illustrate how these forces interact.

The allocation of capital within firms is a core managerial function, yet a topic that only recently has resurged in management research.

We review research across disciplines dealing with how firms allocate capital, with an emphasis on the relevant research in strategy and management. We integrate relevant research across multiple disciplines and theoretical perspectives to bring forth a.

Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates Amit Seru, Gregor Matvos. The Review of Financial Studies. Financial market dislocation risk ma y be subsumed by additional systematic risk factors.

For instance, Fi gure 3 and T ables 3 and 4 show that bo th the U.S. and world market portfolios. Most resource allocation in the economy takes place within firms, not within markets (Matvos and Seru, ). Allocation of capital within firms is not limited to one industry.

Diversified firms spanning several industries represent a large share of firms within the United States, as well as the rest of the world.

Matvos G, Seru A () Resource allocation within firms and financial market dislocation: evidence from diversified conglomerates. Rev Financ Stud – Article. Financial market dislocations entail large, widespread mispricings of traded financial securities.

Motivated by their frequent occurrence, over the last few decades, financial economics has advocated the important role of numerous frictions for the process of price formation in capital markets to explain why mispricings may arise, persist, and. If so, external credit market conditions will affect the nature of resource allocation inside firms and between industries differently than they would in an economy with no internal capital markets.

Diversified firms constitute a large part of economies around the world;1 therefore resource allocation within firms can be of significant importance. Few strategy scholars would take issue with the claim that resource allocation is fundamental to strategic management.

Chandler defined business strategy to include not only the determination of goals and objectives but also the “allocation of resources necessary for carrying out these goals” ( 13).Ansoff emphasized resource allocation as an essential element of a. Resource Allocation within Firms and Financial Market Dislocation: Evidence from Diversified Conglomerates with Amit Seru Review of Financial Studies, (), v(4), pp.

Resource allocation is the distribution of resources – usually financial - among competing groups of people or programs. When we talk about allocation of funds for healthcare, we need to consider three distinct levels of decision-making.

Level 1: Allocating resources to healthcare versus other social needs. Level 2: Allocating resources. Drawing on over thirty yeas of research on resource allocation, including studies from Harvard Business School, Stanford, London Business School, and INSEAD, the book's five sections detail the structural characteristics of the resource allocation process, how the process can lead to breakdowns in strategic outcomes, and where top management Reviews: 4.