2 edition of Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry found in the catalog.
Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry
|Statement||by Johan Einarsen ...|
|Series||Publication no. 14 from the University institute of economics, Oslo|
|LC Classifications||HB3711 .E5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||4 p. l., 222 p., 1 l.|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||a 40001196|
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Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry. Oslo, J. Chr. Gundersens boktrykkeri, (OCoLC) Material Type: Thesis/dissertation: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Johan Einarsen Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry by Johan Einarsen （Publication from the University Institute of Economics, Oslo, no.
14） J. Chr. Gundersens boktrykkeri, Reinvestment Cycles and Their Manifestation in the Norwegian Shipping Industry. Pages: ; First Published: 01 March ; Abstract; PDF; no International Combines in Modern Industry. Pages: ; First Published: 01 March ; Book Reviews.
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Johan Einarsen. Horst Mendershausen. 47(4), pp. – Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry by Johan Einarsen J. Chr. Gundersens boktrykkeri Publication from the University Institute of Economics, Oslo no.
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Fasting () AS Moltzaus Tankrederi (Oslo: AS Moltzaus Tankrederi) Google Scholar publisere hovedresultatene i boken «Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry».
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The book examines all the existing busi-ness cycle theories. Einarsen publishes Reinvestment Cycles, a book that describes some “echoes” in investments in the Norwegian shipping industry. Ezekiel publishes The Cobweb Theorem.
Jan Tinbergen publishes two articles where he tests the theories in von Haberler Kilde: Einarsen, J. () ‘Reinvestment Cycles and their Manifestation in the Norwegian Shipping Industry’, Review of Economic Statistics, February.
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Publication No. 14, University Institute of Economics, Oslo. Google Scholar. Fischer, S. FischerSymposium on the slowdown in productivity growth.
Journal of Economic Perspectives, 2 (4) (), pp. In –37 he had a hiatus to study in the United States, he took the Degree in with a doctoral dissertation titled Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry, it was inspired by econometry.
He was a docent in economics and agricultural law at the Norwegian College of Agriculture from The book, "The Smoky God", tells of his experiences. [The full text of "The Smoky God" is available near the end of this document, preceding the more recent Inner Earth communications made through Dianne Robbins in her two Inner Earth books.] In the book he said that the people live from to years and are highly advanced in The creation of the Norwegian International Ship (NIS) registry infor example, was considered 'instrumental' in the turnaround of the Norwegian shipping Reinvestment cycles and their manifestation in the Norwegian shipping industry, Einarsen; Johan; Thesis--Oslo.
Without thesis note. Bibliography: p.  Read :// The shipping crisis had profound effects on the Norwegian shipping industry and led to several structural changes. 27 The industry became more concentrated in the major shipping centres, Oslo and Bergen.
Many smaller ports along the coast saw their last ocean-going ships disappear—scrapped or sold abroad as a result of lost :// ANGELL, James V. INVESTMENT AND BUSINESS CYCLES. New York: McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., Pp. xviii, Review: by Max F. Millikan, JOURNAL OF POLITICAL Shipbuilders in the UK derived an undisputed advantage from their proximity to the principal market for ships: British shipowners.
Bythe British owners controlled around half of the world fleet, and almost 55% of the new steamships delivered that year went to British owners. 10 British shipping companies had been pioneers in the long-lasting transformation from sail to Norwegian shipping can be considered as another example in the last years, although this country's place as a beneficial owner of tonnage has steadily been after Greece and Japan, Norway intermittently trading places with the USA immediately behind the aforementioned two until recently (on the basis mainly of UNCTAD, OECD, ISL and Lloyd's First, the analysis of the ownership and financing of the vessel provides an example of how small Norwegian shipping companies organized their funding in the late ://'s_product_life_cycle_and.
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