Old Economy

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Old Economy

The universe of companies and industries that experienced a tremendous amount of growth in the first part of the 20th century, but have since slowed down with the advent of technology companies. Examples of members of the old economy include the steel, automobile, and energy industries. It is important to note that the old economy is still relevant, with most old economy industries representing thousands of jobs and a significant proportion of GDP.
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First, based upon the similarity of the firms' performance as reported as part of the public information that Brazilian firms are required to publish, we clustered the six firms into two groups; and second, two experienced Brazilian financial analysts were asked to group the six firms into what they believed to be typical firms in the New and Old Economies.
Preliminarily, to get an idea of the distribution of gender for the two institutional frameworks, we categorized gender over the length of employment for the New and the Old Economies.
For relationships with peers, we find statistical significance for the personal dimension for both the New and Old Economies, where the men uniformly have scored higher than the women.
These results follow in a definitive way the results of Burton-Jones (1999), Audretsch and Thurik (2001), and Argandona (2003) that the New Economy engenders lower levels of trust due to a lack of stability as clearly indicated by the dramatic difference in the level of employee turnover between the New and Old Economies previously presented.
With the old economies, the underperformers, as we've seen in the past, can limp along virtually forever.
StreamServe has more than 2,750 customers across a wide range of industries representing the new and old economies.
StreamServe has more than 2,500 customers across a wide range of industries representing the new and old economies.
StreamServe has more than 2,000 customers across a wide range of industries representing the new and old economies.
StreamServe has more than 1,800 customers across a wide range of industries representing the new and old economies.
com to capitalize on both the new and old economies," said Johnson.
Limited to an audience of senior business executives, the conference will focus on the latest technology trends, strategies and management processes necessary to help companies of the new and old economies form new customer relationships via the Internet.
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