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1987) Deindustrialization and Foreign Trade, CUP, Cambridge. Singh, A. (1977) UK industry and the world economy: a case of deindustrialization? Cambridge Journal of Economics, 1(2), June. , Mason, G. and Wagner, K. (1991) Intermediate skills in the workplace, National Institute Economic Review, May. Part I 2 Theory of the firm Company accounts as a source of financial information 29 3 Firm objectives and firm behaviour 47 4 The small firm 62 5 Mergers and acquisitions in the growth of the firm 74 6 Oligopoly 98 7 The multinational corporation 114 8 Privatization and deregulation 138 9 Pricing in practice 154 28 CHAPTER 1 TITLE Chapter 2 Company accounts as a source of financial information Companies in the UK are required by Act of Parliament to publish financial information on an annual basis.

2002) Management qualifications and organisational performance: An analysis of the Employers Skill Survey 1999, Labour Market Trends, August. Cameron, G. and Proudman, J. (1998) Growth in UK manufacturing between 1970–92, Bank of England Quarterly Bulletin, May. Carr, C. (1992) Productivity and skills in vehicle component manufacturers in Britain, Germany, the USA and Japan, National Institute Economic Review, February. Crafts, N. and O’Mahoney, M. (2001) A perspective on UK productivity performance, Fiscal Studies, 22(3).

E. relative skill levels) is similar in the UK and the US, with the latter’s slight advantage seeming to lie in the relatively higher end of the qualifications spectrum. 12. Overall some progress has been made in narrowing the productivity gaps previously identified for the UK vis-à-vis its major competitors. However, the UK is still at a considerable productivity disadvantage in terms of many of its competitors. 12 Labour force skills: total economy, 1999. 3 Source: O’Mahoney and de Boer (2002a), Table 5.

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