This text presents the demographic approach to organized studies in its entirety. It examines the theory, method, models and data used in corporate demographic research and explores the processes by which corporate populations change over time, including organizational founding, growth and decline.and mutual savings banks to issue credit cards and offer trust services and business loans. ... It authorized money-market deposit accounts, ended interest- rate ceilings, removed rate differentials between thrifts ... The net result was to place banks and nonbank thrift institutions on a more equal footing, leveling the competitive ... In particular, they can help answer the question: Did deregulation promote competition among the diverse organizational forms within the financial industry?
|Title||:||The Demography of Corporations and Industries|
|Author||:||Glenn R. Carroll, Michael T. Hannan|
|Publisher||:||Princeton University Press - 2000|