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controllable investment


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controllable investment

controllable investment

controllable investment

Control Mechanisms in International Investment Law

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Leveraged Buyouts and Control-Oriented Investments in Asia

Cost Control and Investment in the post‐Serpell Railway

Foreign Government-Controlled Investors and Host Country Investment Policies OECD Perspectives

Investment Banks as Insiders and the Market for Corporate Control

Foreign Direct Investment by State-Controlled Entities at a Crossroad of Economic History Conference Report of the Rapporteur

Innovation in investment banking: the dynamics of control systems within the Chandlerian firm

Producer incentives and plant investments for Salmonella control in pork supply chains

Part IV International Regulation, 15 Control of Investment Risks I: Contractual Stability, Renegotiation, Taking of Property, and Investment Guarantees

The instrumental use of technical doubts: Technological controversies, investment decisions and air pollution controls in the global shipping industry

Do Population Control Policies Induce More Human Capital Investment? Twins, Birth Weight and China's “One-Child” Policy

Sovereign Wealth Funds—Market Investors or ‘Imperialist Capitalists’? The European Response to Direct Investments by Non-EU State-Controlled Entities

Part IV International Regulation, 16 Control of Investment Risks II: Non–Discrimination, Fair and Equitable Treatment, and Full Protection and Security

Part II Economic Regulation by Home and Host Countries, 5 The Control of Inward Investment by Host States

Bureau Veritas, Inspection, Valuation, Assessment and Control, BIVAC BV v Paraguay, Decision on Objection to Jurisdiction, ICSID Case No ARB/07/9, IIC 428 (2009), 29th May 2009, International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes [ICSID]

 

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The capital employed that is controllable by a divisional manager. When calculating performance measures for a division it is important to ensure that only those assets and liabilities that a manager can influence are included. See controllable contribution.

Subjects: Accounting.


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