This research programme focuses on the study of Spanish enterprises and it deals, from a microeconomic perspective, with different organizational factors that might favor their competitiveness. We combine empirical analysis with theoretical models already contrasted in economic analysis. The efficiency and competitiveness of our enterprises are conditioned, among other factors, by the organizational solutions which the enterprises themselves adopt for their internal configuration, the legal norms in use where the enterprises carry our their activity and, specially, the regulations related to the financial and labour markets. This complexity has been in the past the main reason for developing various lines of complementary reserach in these fields, which we intend to continue in this project and extend to the analysis of some related topics. Specifically, we propose to continue the analysis in depth of the consecuences that different financial and corporate governance structures have on firm's efficiency, human resource management or the protection that legal norms offer to the creditors. Furthermore, we pretend to extend our analysis to include also topics such as the organization of R&D activities, or the implementation of organizational changes that allow the enterprise to better adapt to the important technological changes it has to face nowadays
|Effective start/end date||28/12/01 → 27/12/04|
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